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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • have burdened our soul with something or when there is a special joy
    • science is so specially beloved in our day because in it thought is
    • of morality, during which man will be in a special relationship with
    • movement that aims, in a special way at the goal of having the human
    • humanity is taught by its Leaders, but especially by a Bodhisattva
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • specially if we wish to work in a beneficial way on our will
    • aware, especially in regard to joy, that we must not go to excess,
    • instincts and passions which are especially subject to this
    • results follow from this for the human soul, especially when the
    • environment, is most beneficial especially in the cultivation of the
    • awake, his life of thoughts and conceptions is especially active. For
    • Furthermore, special
    • obstinacy we attain to inner satisfaction. Especially does the
    • it, make it keen, especially by the development of characteristics
    • special deeds of pity, through this feeling entrance into others.
    • thinking, but especially absorption in the matter in question. All
    • nature that they are especially important to those who are determined
    • development in very special measure as regards themselves, because
    • through the fact that a special law exists with regard to just this
    • know that he manifests in every incarnation very special
    • especially conspicuous; and even though the revolution is certain to
    • to fulfill it. For this reason every one may consider it a special
    • this a special good fortune, something which evokes the highest

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