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- Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Contents
- Reflection in other human souls. Metamorphosis of love into joy. Joy
- is the karmic result of out-going love: result of these two is then
- Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IV
- Take, for example, the impulse of love. We can do our deeds, in
- relation to other men, out of the impulse which we call love. It
- of a greater or lesser degree of love.
- by love, warmed through and through by love. It remains as a real
- which he descends on to the earth, the love of the former earthly
- life, the love which he poured out and which was now returned to him
- something for his fellow-men, something sustained by love. Love
- birth, this outpouring love of the one life on earth is transmuted,
- be sure it is the outcome of the love you unfolded towards him in a
- as it were, gives it wings. It is the karmic result of love that has
- within us that made the love flow out from us. In our succeeding
- indication of the joy in our last incarnation and of the love in our
- they understand it well — they have attained through love and
- we do in our deeds out of love is altogether different from what we
- love which we must recognise as truly ethical; they are the truly
- establish as my view: “Love, thou who speakest with warmth to
- there are human beings who, to begin with, do not attain to love.
- Because they cannot tell their fellow-man the truth out of love (for
- if you love a man, you will tell him the truth, and not lies),
- because they cannot love, they tell the truth out of a sense of duty.
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- Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture V
- in love with his mother and every daughter with her father; and they
- the human being is in love with his parents already before he comes
- you afterwards talk to him, he will describe with infinite love the
- Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VII
- highly cultured man, a lover of art in every form, and a close friend
- loved. My investigations into karma have led me to occupy myself with
- Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VIII
- like a sleep-walker, writing down his lovely melodies directly after
- Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XI
- To fall in love through a telescope — that is certainly not the
- whom he had chosen through the telescope to be his beloved. He
- carefully phrased declaration of love, which seems to have consisted
- had last seen the person in question, who was a greatly beloved
- say to myself: My beloved teacher, too, had a foot like that; this
- whom I loved and who also had such a foot. And it was remarkable in
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