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Autobiography, 209:him." I then told him I had taken no steps to see the Grand Duke and that I could not imagine whatAutobiography, 215:but God knows I had worse. I had to stand by and see them chased and hope they would not be takenAutobiography, 220:she is dancing most happily with some officer to see a parent standing on the sidelines and to knowAutobiography, 221:she would say to me, "what are you going to see this morning? There is a statue with three stars toAutobiography, 221:the atmosphere of the country they were in and see some of the people and watch how they live andAutobiography, 222:different directions. I never took the girls to see galleries to gaze at statues, talk aboutAutobiography, 223:a great deal which might have damaged them. You see, there were no secrets withheld, there were noAutobiography, 225:day for me when she arrived there and I can see her now coming down the hillside with her husband,Autobiography, 234:aspirants who know no sense of separateness, who see all men alike, irrespective of color or creed,Autobiography, 234:planetary Hierarchy. They do, however, want to see right relations established among men. They wantAutobiography, 234:relations established among men. They want to see justice and kindness prevail on earth. Under theAutobiography, 234:only the stupid and unintelligent can fail to see the necessity for active goodwill. [235] So manyAutobiography, 249:The next phase of the work which I sought to see accomplished is now in working order. It was myAutobiography, 249:wish of many associated with the Hierarchy) to see an esoteric school started which would leave theAutobiography, 253:the Piscean age and who are therefore unable to see the emergence of the new ways of life and theAutobiography, 263:requires them. The next seventy years will see the founding of the new schools. Those nowAutobiography, 282:each one of these foundational principles and see what they mean and how they are expressed throughAutobiography, 292:keep an open mind and cultivate a willingness to see life and world events as a whole; we ask himAutobiography, 296:of discouragement and we shall none of us see the world as perfect as we hope it some day will be,Autobiography, 296:as we hope it some day will be, nor will we see ourselves as perfect as we would like to be. But weAutobiography, 296:as we would like to be. But we can work for (and see) many great improvements, both in ourselvesAutobiography, 303:help to avert war, were useless, it was hard to see how the work could be picked up again andBethlehem, 4:are not one and the same thing. Much that we see around us today of unbelief and criticism, and theBethlehem, 7:of the many translations, while failing to see the real magnificence of Christ's accomplishment andBethlehem, 8:We are free to choose and to reject; but let us see to it that we choose with eyes opened by thatBethlehem, 12:of those souls who are ready, then we shall see the resurrection of the essentials of ChristianityBethlehem, 15:enabled many thousands, down the centuries, to see the light. Today Christ and His disciples areBethlehem, 15:your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works." (St. Matt., V, 16.) Second, theBethlehem, 20:the lens of the illumined mind man will shortly see aspects of divinity hitherto unknown. May thereBethlehem, 22:saying, "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." (St. John, III, 3.) TheBethlehem, that i:in the law of God after the inward man: "But I see another law in my members, warring against theBethlehem, 28:the world of true meaning and of value, we shall see the mysteries becoming universally recognized.Bethlehem, 28:body can function and only the eye of spirit can see. It cannot be perceived by those whose innerBethlehem, 28:eye of wisdom slowly opens and trains itself to see truly, then there will come the indicationsBethlehem, 29:at this time, and, for those who have eyes to see, they can be seen actively bringing changes inBethlehem, 30:the words of an unknown poet: "When thou canst see Beneath the outer seeming The causes which toBethlehem, 30:THOUGHT "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." (St. John, III, 3.) [33] I.Bethlehem, 33:have already indicated in the previous chapter. (See p. 15.) It would appear that the emphasis laidBethlehem, 37:has sounded out which has enabled the race to see and recognize its next step. The Christ enabledBethlehem, 42:Shall throw open the gates of new life to thee! See the Christ stand!" After the third initiation,Bethlehem, 45:that 'Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God,' and this birth is spoken of asBethlehem, 47:gradually emerges in our consciousness. We can see that it must be approached from two majorBethlehem, 49:must be worked out in the racial life. Those who see the vision clearly can trace the evidences ofBethlehem, 50:truer values are seen emerging. We begin to see what that Plan is and whither we are going. We areBethlehem, 52:on the other side of the portal. We shall see what each Word signified. The Word always issuesBethlehem, 53:[53] At each initiation of Jesus, as we shall see, a Sign was given; it was a Sign which registeredBethlehem, 53:where the One Initiator is invoked, till we see His star shine forth." When that Sign is seen andBethlehem, 61:of the Sea, Queen of Heaven, Mother of God. We see her, in pictures, standing on the crescent moon,Bethlehem, 64:holds eternal truth for those who have eyes to see and the intuition developed rightly toBethlehem, 72:more easily interpreted sign and were sent to see the infant with his mother. Their attitude isBethlehem, 72:words, "Let us now go even unto Bethlehem and see this thing which is come to pass." (St. Luke, II,Bethlehem, 73:disciples of old to the infant Jesus, and as we see their meaning as it applies to our individualBethlehem, 78:A test is something which tries our strength to see of what sort it is; it calls forth the utmostBethlehem, 80:to draw to Himself those who have the vision to see truth as it is and to hear the Gospel messageBethlehem, 82:a complete unity has been achieved. We begin to see what must be done, we begin to assume the rightBethlehem, 93:of contact improves, we shall be able to see more of divinity than at present, and be deemedBethlehem, 97:"Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God." (St. Matt., V, 8.) In an ancient treatiseBethlehem, 97:comes also a quiet spirit... and ability to see the Self." (The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, II, 41.)Bethlehem, 104:your light so shine before men that they may see." (St. Matt., V, 16.) This light, in its sevenBethlehem, 113:that which is comprehensive is of God. We shall see, in our study of these three temptations, howBethlehem, 117:as souls, and who can therefore be trusted to see the meaning behind the symbol and theBethlehem, 118:of us can say with power: "It is written," and see that Word expressed in every part of our humanBethlehem, 119:less) governs our daily undertakings. We shall see, as we take up the consideration of these threeBethlehem, 119:of them in an effort to confound Him. We shall see how in the second temptation He was tempted byBethlehem, 125:us put this sense of divinity to the test and see if, with the change of physical destruction,Bethlehem, 129:synthesis. But that kingdom, as we shall see in our final chapter, when we sum up the results ofBethlehem, 132:Great Spirit, which passes not away. "So I would see that Self as it has been spoken by Thee,Bethlehem, 136:Christ, but it is profoundly necessary for us to see the picture as the Gospels present it,Bethlehem, 143:come to be of supreme importance, because they see the group as God sees it, become custodians ofBethlehem, 146:of man. [146] In this mountain experience we see the glorification of matter as it reveals andBethlehem, 150:and recognition, they were permitted to see the Transfiguration. "When the mind," says St.Bethlehem, 152:it forth to potency. "In Thy light shall we see light." This is the outstanding fact of scientificBethlehem, 156:Seldom do such moments come. Usually we see only faint glimpses of possibility, rare flashes ofBethlehem, 156:Inevitably "we shall be like Him, for we shall see Him as He is." (I St. John, III, 2.) But toBethlehem, 157:and dedicated disciple. He must be able [157] to see clearly, meanwhile standing in theBethlehem, 163:Third Initiation - The Transfiguration We shall see later that upon the revelation of the risenBethlehem, 164:of Mine which thou hast seen is hard indeed to see! Even the Gods ever desire a sight of this form!Bethlehem, 176:those who, as Christ has said, have the eyes to see and the ears to hear. Inevitably we are movingBethlehem, 176:the Cross, it is essential, therefore, that we see it in broader and more general terms than isBethlehem, 180:mankind is only today beginning to see a world and a humanity ready for the new revelation - aBethlehem, 185:beautifully clear in the following verses: "I see His blood upon the rose And in the stars theBethlehem, 185:eternal snows, His tears fall from the skies. I see His face in every flower, The thunder and theBethlehem, 189:glory... "All creation is yearning, longing to see the manifestation of the sons of God. For theBethlehem, 194:taught - the doctrine of divine immanence (see St. John XVII), and the doctrine of the God-Man.Bethlehem, 196:and (as the result of that) the ability to see the higher and the lower natures in opposition toBethlehem, 210:the weakness of their love, and their failure to see the vision, broke the heart of the Savior ofBethlehem, 226:of Christ to the modern world, and dare to see the truth, without any theological bias. OurBethlehem, 233:and that in the years that lie ahead they will see death vanquished. That they expected anBethlehem, 233:an immediate kingdom and that they looked to see the fact of immortality universally recognized isBethlehem, 237:centered in one person, so that all could see, could know, believe and follow in His steps. TheBethlehem, 244:pertinent to enquire what it is that we seek to see endure. An analysis of one's attitude to theBethlehem, 245:question: What is it, therefore, that we seek to see survive? What part of ourselves do we regardBethlehem, 245:warrants persistence? Surely none of us seek to see the physical body resurrected, nor are weBethlehem, 250:world, must have an objective; else all that we see going on around is void, futile and senseless.Bethlehem, 254:into the darkness with what light we have, and see humanity stirring, the dead bones coming toBethlehem, 258:and wars - general, sporadic or civil - we see the conflict of differing ideals, and no longer warsBethlehem, 264:subsequent reconstruction. Our need today is to see the hidden thread of purpose which will lead usBethlehem, 266:and to follow the glimmer of light which we can see, we do not find it sufficiently interesting toBethlehem, 267:Him best) becomes more general, then we shall see a more rapid consummation of the desired changes.Bethlehem, 273:wisdom and that wide tolerance which will see divinity on every hand and recognize the Christ in
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