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  • Title: Lecture 1: On the Meaning of Life
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    • view of Spiritual Research, on the question so frequently and
    • two evenings we are to get anywhere near this subject we shall have
    • every year in spring how the earth, stimulated by the forces of the
    • and bear fruit through the summer. Towards autumn, we see how they
    • decay and pass away. Some remain indeed throughout the year, some for
    • very many years, for instance, our long-lived trees. But of these
    • also pass away at last, disappear and sink down into that which, in
    • through years and decades, we can recognise there also this coming
    • spring forth on earth before man was there in his earthly form, and
    • earth: earth-being”). Jehovah then asked man: “And what
    • earth.” The Angels now began to have an idea of the meaning of
    • man’s existence on the earth. Though religious tradition and
    • incarnation he had as yet learned nothing, he was most profoundly
    • of the earth, and that which we see there as germinating, budding
    • could not exist. We feel how that which springs up out of the earth
    • What happens when we fall asleep at night? We have learned that we
    • the etheric body bud and blossom. The nearer morning approaches and
    • asleep and the earlier part of the sleep condition at night with
    • nature and watches what takes place there in the course of the year?
    • connected with our earth what we call the spiritual part of the
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  • Title: Lecture 2: On the Meaning of Life
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    • of different fish are produced yearly in the sea which do not reach
    • their goal of development, but disappear again before reaching it,
    • springing up a great number of ears of corn. We know quite well that
    • out of every single grain in these ears of corn a new ear of corn can
    • their object, namely to become ears of corn in their turn. In
    • world there appears a world of moving images, a world of surging
    • which appeared before him, he had something entirely real; such a man
    • wish to learn to discriminate, you must go on developing yourself.
    • who is faint-hearted and sad about life and existence because in this
    • their goal and become ears of corn. What would be the result? The
    • enough, when we lament that so many things must apparently disappear
    • disappears is false, that which finally remains is true. Not in this
    • are no more differences nothing which appears differently to
    • so I shall make clear to you by a very important example. I shall
    • as we previously made it clear to ourselves how the life-germs which
    • that he sees them, whereas the other does not. The one bears them
    • within him and sees them, the other bears them within him and does
    • the souls of all men on earth all the things which the clairvoyant
    • lions, bears, wolves, lambs, sharks, whales, etc. Man distinguishes
    • lamb, one a lion, and another a tiger. We must however form clear
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  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part III: Copenhagen, 10-15-'13
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    • sounds, words, etc., that one can hear. One should always be
    • Lucifer's symbol, for at the Temptation he appeared as a snake.
    • pure spiritual world. Then the sense world disappears for us, and a
    • darkened, the stars fall down onto the earth and the spiritual



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