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Statement:of my names. I am a brother of yours, who has traveled a little longer upon the Path than has theAstrology, 81:path of the great illusion along which he has traveled for aeons from Aries to Taurus, via PiscesAtom, 155:body, and consider the long road that has been traveled between its consciousness, and that which aAutobiography, 46:I had a good time; I had met many people; I had traveled a lot. I forget how often I have crossedAutobiography, 66:India. I was appalled. I had never in my life traveled alone before. I was arriving in a continentAutobiography, 111:were men and women who were cultured and had traveled and read and I sometimes met them. But theAutobiography, 171:and most of them completely unimportant. I had traveled so widely and had met so many people whom IAutobiography, 218:I was influenced in this decision because I had traveled so much myself and also had had noAutobiography, 219:they meet and this they owe to the way they have traveled and which I owe also to the way I haveAutobiography, 219:traveled and which I owe also to the way I have traveled not only horizontally out into the manyBethlehem, 79:carry on the work which He initiated. As we have traveled with Christ from Bethlehem towards theDiscipleship1, 246:and circumstances. You have seen much and traveled much since that time. What has been the gain upDiscipleship1, 256:of the other disciples in the group. You have traveled far during the past six years and your lifeDiscipleship1, 291:Thus wrote an unknown saint of the Church, who traveled not alone. NOTE: This disciple decided forDiscipleship1, 375:for he, too, has found the way hard, when he traveled it. In speaking thus, I refer not to myself;Discipleship1, 401:have slowed the pace. You might, perhaps, have traveled faster had you been able, more efficient,Discipleship1, 674:with progress slow, the long path has been traveled. Another door stands open now. The words soundDiscipleship2, 479:the Path in three ways: The Path which you have traveled to my Ashram. This will involve the Past.Discipleship2, 651:surprised at the distance you will find you have traveled, the enlightenment you may find you haveDiscipleship2, 680:movement but an international one; he has traveled much and seen the need. This you cannot reallyFire, 790:atom (whereby the Path of Liberation is traveled, and man set free) and the opening up of theHealing, 304:lasting success and saw naught but failure as He traveled on the outer path of life. HeIntellect, 127:the way that man, in his consciousness, has traveled. They portray the condition in which we find aMagic, 467:with progress slow, the long path has been traveled. Another door stands open now. The words soundPsychology1, 227:will then see the long road that the diamond has traveled, and - by analogy - the long road thatPsychology1, 396:were accepted, carrying naught. "Because they traveled as a group, and as a group progressed andPsychology2, 184:when one remembers the long road which each has traveled, and the many factors and characteristics,Rays, 765:full and green, across the arid waste had traveled far the Pilgrim. Naught had he held and kept,Reappearance, 140:of churchmen throughout the centuries. Men have traveled far from the simplicity of thought and
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