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pleased 4
pleases 4
pleasing 19
pleasure 27
pleasures 4
plenary 1
plenitude 2
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27 lost
27 loving
27 often
27 pleasure
27 remember
27 sometimes
27 use
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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pleasure

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| who loves God for his own pleasure or profit! The special snares 2 1, 6 | the sinner has conceived pleasure in the idea of sin, and 3 1, 6 | hatred of virtue, that is, pleasure from sensual self-love, 4 2, 3 | will, did not give Me much pleasure; but that I desired the 5 2, 27 | catches them with the hook of pleasure, under the pretense of good, 6 2, 27 | they saw that no good or pleasure to themselves were to be 7 2, 30 | or evil, according to the pleasure of the free will. This free 8 2, 33 | fatigue causes him to stop, or pleasure, and he does not care to 9 2, 37 | profit, or the delight and pleasure which they find in Me, is 10 2, 40 | contemplation, she finds her own pleasure and profit. This is an imperfect 11 3, 2 | diverse ways, according to My pleasure and the desire of the soul, 12 3, 2 | neighbor in proportion to the pleasure which she finds in My service." ~ 13 3, 3 | to hate her own sensitive pleasure and the delight of her own 14 3, 9 | me that which it is Your pleasure for me to do, and I will 15 3, 10 | bearing tribulation they find pleasure, and not having it they 16 3, 17 | will cause me the greatest pleasure. And also, if on some occasion, 17 3, 18 | those of Mine. Yet the very pleasure that I take in the work 18 3, 19 | not, indeed, for my own pleasure, but in order to please 19 3, 31 | despair, for there is no pleasure and nothing but intolerable 20 4, 2 | perfectly clothed with My pleasure, but still seek to please 21 4, 2 | and dislike of your own pleasure have re-obtained your liberty." ~ 22 4, 6 | they live in their own pleasure richly and delicately, not 23 4, 8 | nourished by pride, and his own pleasure, which pride (as has been 24 4, 8 | welcomes with delight and pleasure, not flying the occasions 25 4, 8 | live for your own sensual pleasure, you fly your cell as if 26 Lette, 0| letter and read it with much pleasure, and communicated it to 27 Lette, 0| torment this body at their pleasure." And, in truth, it evidently


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