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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • fact that the span of man’s life on earth is destined to
    • Christianity. It is, however, a remarkable and interesting fact
    • and ideas — in short, of our soul impulses; when in fact we
    • fact, that one of these paths was named after
    • A further matter of interest lies in the fact,
    • spiritual factor, it being sometimes of greater and sometimes of
    • subservient spirit entities, we must draw attention to the fact
    • inscribe the facts concerning their activities in
    • fact was regarded as a sign traced in the heavens indicating in
    • significant aspects of Zarathustranism — in fact, its very
    • facts of life, will disappear, when that wholly different
    • Greek writer (who wished to emphasize the fact that some among
    • take into consideration the various factors to which we have
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • time on, the study of the interrelation of these factors led,
    • of fact it was only the Greeks who used the name of Hermes, for
    • dwells. In the legend Osiris, who is represented as a benefactor
    • factors that finds expression in the ideal forms of Osiris and
    • ethical factors of its life, nor affecting its fate or state of
    • Christianity as a Mystical Fact, I have gone more fully
    • this fact is as yet recognized, we would nevertheless draw
    • factors of twelve times 30 days with five supplementary thereto,
    • is from these factors that we can best realize how close was the
    • Thicket‘, Dr. Woolley drew attention to the fact, that this
    • deep down beneath the remains of an ancient pottery factory, so
    • fifth millennium B.C., up to the sixth century B.C. This fact has
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • The Buddha and the Buddhist Creed; and this fact is the more
    • It is a remarkable fact that most people still
    • and unquestionable fact; in this concept is expressed the true
    • ancient traditions, not even from Buddhism; it has in fact thrust
    • profound inner satisfaction and bliss from the full realization
    • also apparent in certain external facts and happenings, that can
    • fact, becoming more and more clear that the prehistoric races had
    • common to all peoples. But facts will yet force a general
    • misery and suffering which are factors of existence ever
    • wisdom that would thus mingle these destructive factors with
    • about us not alone the factors of sickness and death, but many
    • factor of quite another character, which differs from all wisdom
    • freedom from these baneful factors can never come through mundane
    • future progress; and he conceived a factor (wherein was no
    • for Buddhism in point of fact isolates the individual. Questions
    • us, and of those pernicious factors which bring ruin and
    • we term history, for the factors of true history would include
    • depicted in Genesis. Now, a curious fact comes to light, namely,
    • surety not developed in my being alone, for similar factors were
    • sin. We are therefore not merely concerned with the fact of
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • facts which are of interest to us as human beings, because we
    • this fact somewhat simplifies the contemplation of the historical
    • convince himself of this fact. The difficulty arose because the
    • character. This fact has resulted in the customary
    • Buddha. We then drew attention to the fact that during the course
    • its kind. Laistner draws attention to the fact that certain myths
    • There is yet another factor which underlies the
    • consideration the fact that it does not merely consist of a
    • attention to the fact that at the time at which the events
    • remarkable fact, namely, that later generations of mankind were
    • clairvoyant power, being in fact, under the influence of the last
    • facts knows that, during the course of development, man’s
    • them factors underlying all continuity in the material
    • of the fact that this content represents our most intense life
    • reasoning. It is a striking and pertinent fact that Goethe, when
    • less capable of understanding and dealing with the facts and
    • grouping and interaction of external elements and factors, what
    • Israelites across shallow waters. This historical fact has been
    • factors of the new culture, be made ready that it might absorb a
    • look also to that spontaneous and glorious benefaction — The
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • to our spiritual vision, we need only recall the fact that
    • facts connected with the growth and development of mankind, which
    • Jehovah-Religion, but this fact had been grasped by the nation in
    • as merely a symbolical representation of the fact that [Naboth]
    • nature of Jezebel. She was quite aware of the fact that the man
    • little importance. What is of moment is the fact that it was the
    • when we are in a position to investigate the facts which underlie
    • ground before him.’ This passage points to the fact that
    • this, when presenting the facts as obtained through Spiritual
    • the death of Naboth. As a matter of fact, however, she actually
    • set about comparing the various statements made with facts
    • simple and homely neighbour without all the facts becoming known,
    • we shall realize that, even as these basal factors have operated
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • fact, those theoretical ideas and conceptions which have sprung
    • fact that the questions involved belong to the greatest of all
    • times; but this very fact makes it the more interesting that we
    • follows: — We begin with a realization of the fact that if we
    • matter how we regard the facts, not only a grand and glorious
    • still far from experiencing the feeling of greater satisfaction
    • probe into those factors and influences which have entered into
    • attention to the fact that in the nineteenth century the course
    • Christianity has again revealed the fact that [in many instances]
    • fact, does all that is written in these aged chronicles become of
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact, of which I am the author.
    • spiritual factors are present, and these we must attribute to the
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact, I have presented a
    • as Mystical Fact, I have pointed out that even while
    • marked by the magnitude and Godlike nature of the spiritual facts
    • complete accord with the actual facts brought to light by
    • collecting and associating outer perceptual facts, wholly
    • apprehension of causative factors in life. It will be a task of
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • factions so well organized, that it seemed as if preparations
    • clearly marked. It is a fact, that the burden thrust upon him due
    • the personality is striving to cast aside its earthly factors and
    • No power on earth can ignore this fact nor stem
    • does not appear as a vital factor; this element must now be
    • Christianity as a Mystical Fact.
    • Christianity as a Mystical Fact — expressed himself as
    • loving patience and tolerance; he was a factor in the
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • to become a definite cultural factor. This was especially
    • disturbances on this occasion were due to the fact that
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • For 'Freedom' as a fact is directly given to
    • he wishes to deny a patent fact. But we can find a certain
    • contradiction between this fact of our experience and the



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