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- Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
- have burdened our soul with something or when there is a special joy
- lethargy, numbness; joy we sense as strength and elevation of
- remorse or the joy, to reflect about them; we feel them in our body.
- certain sense, what we experienced as joy in life on the
- Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
- the sorrow of another comes to us, when we experience joy or the
- accept an experience of joy with gratitude, but also to be clearly
- aware, especially in regard to joy, that we must not go to excess,
- with joy. If we desire to move upward in our development, we can
- conceive joy in the following way. For the most part, joy is
- past. In human life joy is for the most part something one has not
- occult means, we always discover that in most cases the joy one
- should view an experience of joy is to accept it gratefully as sent
- The joy which comes to meet us today ought to kindle in us the will
- to us through this joy, and to apply these usefully. We must look
- upon joy as a sort of prepayment on account for the future.
- himself to spirit knowledge, enjoys a gift of grace from karma.
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