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your 516
yours 9
yourself 50
yourselves 17
zeal 4
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50 though
50 yourself
49 sees
48 arrive
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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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yourself

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 4| outside the knowledge of yourself, and, by humbling yourself 2 1, 4| yourself, and, by humbling yourself in the valley of humility, 3 1, 4| humility, you will know Me and yourself, from which knowledge you 4 1, 4| self-knowledge, then, you will humble yourself, seeing that, in yourself, 5 1, 4| yourself, seeing that, in yourself, you do not even exist; 6 1, 4| in you and in others. In yourself you will receive the fruit 7 1, 6| to love your neighbor as yourself, and loving him, you ought 8 2, 2| This knowledge of yourself and of Me is found in the 9 2, 4| uncreated love which moved You Yourself to create man in Your image 10 2, 4| You saw Your creature in Yourself, and became enamored of 11 2, 14| to man, namely, to leave Yourself to him in food, so that 12 2, 14| Wherefore every day You give Yourself to man, representing Yourself 13 2, 14| Yourself to man, representing Yourself in the Sacrament of the 14 2, 22| after you had returned to yourself) rather to walk on a road 15 2, 27| to a perfect knowledge of yourself, and of Me, and that virtue 16 2, 27| in which you figured to yourself all the delights of the 17 2, 33| everything, and your neighbor as yourself, which two are the beginning, 18 3, 2| need for you to afflict yourself or to lament your sins.' 19 3, 2| namely, humiliation of yourself, and you answered the Devil 20 3, 2| you on high, you humble yourself down to Hell, and when I 21 3, 18| my spouse! rise out of yourself, and open the eye of your 22 3, 20| Enamor yourself, dearest daughter, of this 23 3, 20| scandalized by anything?' Unite yourself always to Me by the affection 24 3, 20| creature whatsoever, either to yourself or to others. My will alone 25 3, 20| consider, both in them and in yourself. And, if you should see 26 3, 20| case of injuries done to yourself, judge that My will permits 27 3, 20| order to prove virtue in yourself, and in My other servants, 28 3, 23| My truth; wherefore apply yourself attentively to pray for 29 3, 25| the Devil, and you placed yourself upright at the Altar of 30 3, 25| seeing that you deemed yourself unworthy to enter into My 31 3, 31| holy Church, that you see yourself to be a thief, a debtor, 32 3, 32| Eternal Greatness! You made Yourself low and small to make man 33 3, 32| gentleness You have manifested Yourself to me, Sweet above all sweetness, 34 4, 2| everything, and your neighbor as yourself, and the commandments are 35 4, 2| sitting down and binding yourself with the chain of mortal 36 4, 2| self-contempt, and hatred of yourself and of the world, and fasten 37 4, 2| should make a girdle to yourself to bind your loins with 38 4, 2| the holy cross, forcing yourself to endure, so as not to 39 4, 2| produce life-giving fruit for yourself and your neighbor. You are 40 4, 2| trampled by the world, abasing yourself, submitting to all creatures. 41 4, 3| everything, and your neighbor as yourself. No gloss has been put upon 42 4, 9| along another beast with yourself.' And as to fire, you have 43 4, 9| ought, if possible, to force yourself to arise, to fulfill the 44 4, 10| love in your soul: one for yourself, which I have satisfied, 45 4, 10| through the knowledge of yourself and Me, through the light 46 4, 10| with which doctrine clothe yourself, My best beloved and sweetest 47 4, 11| which You have given me of Yourself in Your truth, constrains 48 4, 11| more could You give me than Yourself; You are the fire which 49 4, 11| represented in You, and Yourself in me through the union 50 4, 11| of the angels, have given Yourself in a fire of love to men;


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