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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Contents
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Introduction
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    • however, friends are fully conscious that such difficulties
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture I
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    • friends, does not even accord with physical observation.
    • this question we will close for today, my dear friends. Tomorrow we
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture II
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    • my dear friends, if it were not for this freedom and independence in
    • body? What is it that is working? Here, my dear friends, we come to
    • dear friends — if this be a portion of the earth which the
    • them, my dear friends, these sympathies and antipathies. Observe to
    • need only ponder the following: Think, my dear friends, what it
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture III
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    • had a friend in my youth, who, at a certain period had quite a
    • my dear friends, if the fish thought likewise, it would be highly
    • must not suppose, my dear friends, that Initiation is not a reality.
    • my dear friends, I wanted to explain to you the true compatibility of
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IV
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    • tugenhaft bin.” (Gladly I serve my friends, yet alas, I do
    • my dear friends, to picture, if I may, in homely and familiar
    • Yet, my dear friends, the true concept of karma must not only be
    • must be well aware of this, my dear friends. If you want to gain
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture V
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    • earth. She could not be moved. One friend belaboured her from the
    • for example, that someone finds a close friend in his youth. An
    • intimate friendship arises between them; the two are devoted to one
    • sadness on their friendship in youth. But they cannot renew it.
    • However often they meet in life, their friendship of youth does not
    • friendships of youth. You will admit, after all, a person's destiny
    • can be profoundly influenced by a broken friendship of youth.
    • broken friendship of youth, as you go back into a former life on
    • subsequent earthly life, had a friendship in their youth which was
    • afterwards broken — in an earlier incarnation they were friends
    • are friends until their twentieth year. Then the friendship of their
    • on earth, and you will find that again they were friends. This time,
    • however, it was a friendship that began about the twentieth year and
    • you enjoyed a friendship with a person in the later years of life,
    • know him as a friend in youth. In a former incarnation you knew him
    • not develop the impulse to learn to know your friend once more in
    • maturer years. And so, in your next life on earth, the friendship of
    • friendship like in the former life, what was it like, that rouses the
    • impulse in you to have your friend with you only in youth in a
    • desire to keep him as your intimate friend in later life as well,
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VI
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    • is where karma holds sway, my dear friends. Karma holds sway in our
    • see, my dear friends, we live together. Whether the things we do with
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VII
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    • had been slandered by “friends” in the Stuttgart Council
    • — such things are not unusual among friends! — and he was
    • friend of mine once paid him a visit, knocking politely at the door.
    • only his acquaintances but his “friends” were to be found
    • had, however, found one real friend. This friend, Baron von Spaun,
    • highly cultured man, a lover of art in every form, and a close friend
    • this man was the intimate friend of Schubert, deeply and intensely
    • his friend's house. On such occasions Spaun was often an actual
    • expressed his enthusiasm to his friend Spaun during and after the
    • whose closest friend is a Treasury official, actually a Director of
    • devoted friend in Spaun, might he not have become a mere brawler in
    • his colleagues and his “friends.” It was at this time
    • good friends below who erected this memorial, not sitting with his
    • once had the following experience. When I was still on friendly terms
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VIII
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    • Schubert, in connection with his friend Spaun, and with his own
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture X
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    • has this come about? You must realise, my dear friends, that in
    • will remember, my dear friends, that Mohammed himself founded the
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XI
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    • connections in his case — that he was friends in Berlin with a
    • philistine. Although a friend of Lessing, he was none the less a
    • friend of Lessing.
    • week and with whom I had made friends — all we others were
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XII
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    • Mazzini — also deeply united in friendship with Garibaldi —
    • friends — I shall have to say something paradoxical here! —
    • world. And so we need not be astonished, my dear friends, if we have
    • this deeply significant fact, my dear friends, you can see that many
    • dear friends, the way to understand this fact is through another fact
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