rebirth

[ ree-burth, ree-burth ]SEE DEFINITION OF rebirth

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Indeed, the things you most desire may be yours in your rebirth.

It was a hard beginning, but it was a rebirth to a new life.

Rebirth in the flesh he offered as a substitute for heaven and hell.

At the close of the eighteenth century it enjoyed a rebirth.

It was then that they learned the doctrine of rebirth and that the Kabala came into being.

Damascius and Hermias, as also their masters, proclaimed their belief in Rebirth.

I have spoken elsewhere in these pages of the question of rebirth in the Buddhist system.

In this way the rebirth of a woman is never quite impossible.

No; for she has undergone a rebirth, and eaten of our bread.

If there had been no belief in rebirth, the solution would have been found in suicide.

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