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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - SORROWS

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Autobiography, 22:any answer to the perplexities of life and the sorrows of humanity is to be discovered. Progress isAutobiography, 100:have to get ahead and tell my story with its sorrows and pain and distress as best I can, askingAutobiography, 210:the same likes and dislikes, the same pains and sorrows, the same sources of happiness and the sameBethlehem, 40:of tragedy of the Savior. It made Him "a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief." (Isaiah, LIII,Bethlehem, 217:knew happiness, even though He was a "man of sorrows"; joy, being more especially of the soul,Discipleship2, 35:oft by world agony, reacting painfully to the sorrows and distresses of his fellowmen, horrified byDiscipleship2, 463:this way or that, but always on the Way. The sorrows of the Cross of Man have weighted thee downDiscipleship2, 472:makes what is sometimes called the "seven divine sorrows"; these are symbolically and mostExternalisation, 530:of God was called in The Old Testament a "man of sorrows and acquainted with grief". This did notExternalisation, 612:(apparently) departed. He will not be a "man of sorrows"; He will not be a silent, pensive figure;Fire, 991:the above finds [991] its main expression in the sorrows and troubles of the fourth or humanHercules, 175:to us of the great world saviors, a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief. He was pierced by theInitiation, 24:the fogs, the dangers, the troubles, the sorrows and pains of everyday living. They have troddenInitiation, 93:increasingly sensitive to the joys and pains and sorrows of those he daily contacts; he feels themInitiation, 93:he feels them to be his joys and pains and sorrows, and yet he is not incapacitated thereby. [94] Meditation, 136:Brothers of Light plead as pleaded the Man of Sorrows for an erring humanity to rise upward to thePsychology1, 188:Lose sight of your own affairs, your petty sorrows, worries and suspicions, in the urgency of theReappearance, 59:(apparently) departed. He will not be a "man of sorrows"; He will not be a silent pensive figure;Telepathy, 8:people in the circle. Their feelings, worries, sorrows, and desires become apparent and form partTelepathy, 20:the Christ. There He is referred to as "A man of sorrows and acquainted with grief," but in this
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