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self-esteem 1
self-hatred 9
self-knowledge 29
self-love 72
self-regarding 2
self-reproach 1
self-same 2
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73 darkness
73 much
73 tears
72 self-love
71 same
70 before
70 received
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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self-love

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1 1, 4| dissipates the cloud of self-love, and in no other way can 2 1, 4| shameful pride, avarice, self-love, hatred, and unkindness 3 1, 6| without any passion of self-love; and he (a man not loving 4 1, 6| is, pleasure from sensual self-love, which has deprived him 5 1, 7| virtue. In the same way self-love, which destroys charity 6 1, 7| from this perverse root of self-love, which has poisoned the 7 2, 3| which slays and cuts off all self-love founded in self-will. These 8 2, 13| light by his inordinate self-love. It is, indeed, the truth 9 2, 15| nourished by their own sensitive self-love. Its branch is their own 10 2, 15| mortal sin, is blinded by self-love, and therefore felt but 11 2, 18| themselves on account of self-love, like the Jews and the ministers 12 2, 18| the Law who, with envy and self-love, blinded themselves so that 13 2, 20| you filled the sail of self-love.' Thus you hastened down 14 2, 21| which I told you was blinded self-love. Now at the time of death, 15 2, 22| principal vices, namely: self-love, whence proceeds the second, 16 2, 26| neighbor, for their pride and self-love, for their filthiness and 17 2, 26| with hatred. And inordinate self-love, whence were born all their 18 2, 27| seeing them blinded by self-love, iniquitously places before 19 2, 28| infidelity, drawn over it by self-love, she does not see, but only 20 2, 29| this, she saw them, through self-love and disordinate affection, 21 2, 30| every evil is founded in self-love, and that self-love is a 22 2, 30| founded in self-love, and that self-love is a cloud that takes away 23 2, 30| transitory things, with self-love, displeasure of virtue, 24 2, 33| he who is wrapped up in self-love is solitary. ~ 25 2, 33| that is, who is alone in self-love, is not mentioned by My 26 2, 33| the affection, stripped of self-love, mounts above itself and 27 2, 36| dig out the root of their self-love with prudence, constancy, 28 2, 37| the bandage of spiritual self-love, for, had she unwound it 29 2, 37| hatred, the root of spiritual self-love, and mount to the throne 30 2, 40| the very root of spiritual self-love, for this should be the 31 2, 40| digging up the root of self-love, with the knife of self- 32 2, 41| and because the root of self-love has not been properly dug 33 3, 4| deceptions of spiritual self-love, that is, the imperfect 34 3, 11| their pride and the cloud of self-love had covered up and put out 35 3, 14| reply: Because the root of self-love is not sensual love, for 36 3, 14| spiritual compassion of self-love; for her self-will is not 37 3, 15| drawn into itself among its self-love which dries up the soul, 38 3, 16| inasmuch as the root of self-love is corrupt, everything that 39 3, 16| from it is corrupt also. Self-love is a tree on which grow 40 3, 16| their intellect with sensual self-love, and hidden the pupil of 41 3, 16| in the roots and trunk of self-love and of pride, which first 42 3, 16| wind strikes the tree of self-love, which he has made the principle 43 3, 17| the passion of spiritual self-love; for if it were so, I would 44 3, 18| vice, that is, his sensual self-love, nor does he hate himself 45 3, 20| yourselves down to rest in self-love and ignorance of the road, 46 3, 21| because they afflict their own self-love, depriving it of sensual 47 3, 26| soul against her sensual self-love, against the Devil, and 48 3, 28| that is to say, his own self-love, on which account he hates 49 3, 28| you know why? The root of self-love is alive in them, wherefore 50 3, 28| deluded by their own sensitive self-love, or by their desire for 51 3, 31| lived unfaithfully to Me -- self-love having veiled the pupil 52 3, 31| used it in the darkness of self-love, from which has proceeded 53 3, 31| the ground of disordinate self-love, which now renders you the 54 3, 32| and consume all sin and self-love found in the soul, not afflicting 55 4, 1| Himself the darkness of self-love, by which he fell into disobedience; 56 4, 1| pride, which issues from self-love depriving the soul of humility. 57 4, 1| humility. The sister given by self-love to disobedience is impatience, 58 4, 2| of pride, rusting it with self-love. It would have been entirely 59 4, 3| this treasure? The cloud of self-love and wretched pride, through 60 4, 4| exist without hatred of self-love, so that when the fire increases 61 4, 5| But because the stench of self-love has entered and caused each 62 4, 6| to drive out the enemy of self-love, for he does not wish that 63 4, 6| been expelled? The chief is self-love, producing pride, the enemy 64 4, 6| self-will, who, nourished by self-love, gave life to all these 65 4, 8| has been said) issues from self-love. For him everything is the 66 4, 8| wretched man is deluded by his self-love, because the eye of his 67 4, 8| bitterness. Who is his guide? Self-love, that is his own passion 68 4, 8| light with the cloud of self-love, whence has come his disobedience, 69 4, 8| which he has drawn from self-love. Wherefore everything that 70 4, 10| the devil and of spiritual self-love. Speaking of these three 71 4, 11| Your heat all the soul's self-love; You are the fire which 72 4, 11| faith; because the cloud of self-love darkened the eye of my intellect,


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