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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
    • to our own life, the result is at best the formulation of a question
    • within us anxious questionings about life. The most important thing
    • A question is put to us, and it seems as if that which we can grasp
    • problem, with the question: “What is the meaning of existence
    • question which we formulated as to the meaning of life, and
    • lectures will give us, in some sort, an answer to the question which
    • Now you know that there is a religion which has put the question as to
    • the question as to the meaning of life. Now, we are not going to
    • approach the question in an abstract, philosophical way. Rather we
    • approach this question as to the meaning of life. Let us take the
    • question fully, we cannot simply say: “When, in Spring, plants
    • which are missing in the man in question, and introduce their juices
    • before. It is not a question of saying: “It is only a dream.”
    • It is far more a question of what the dream contained. It may be
    • So we see how at the present day we stand confronted by questions
    • been said to-day we can, with this as a basis, put the question
  • Title: Lecture 2: On the Meaning of Life
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    • would be a grave error if one were to believe that the question as to
    • question as to the meaning of life. It is true that an abstract
    • grasp something like an answer to a question of such far-reaching
    • questions with a rule, but he would have to say: “If you
    • This question as to the “why” will be extremely instructive
    • Now we pass to the other question, which also in a certain way
    • Here, but in no simple abstract way, we have answered the question, “What



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