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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| the same views prevail as to the principles on which 2 Intro, 0| venture on any personal heresy as to the standards of legitimate 3 Intro, 0| which it deals. With facts as such, there can indeed be 4 Intro, 0| significance, of their value, as illustrative of a course 5 Intro, 0| live for us. For in Art as well as Life, sympathy is 6 Intro, 0| for us. For in Art as well as Life, sympathy is power. ~ 7 Intro, 0| formula, an abstraction such as "Capital" or the "Rights 8 Intro, 0| place of the individual as a plastic force. The one 9 Intro, 0| transcended earthly distinctions as to level them all in relation 10 Intro, 0| serf would one day appear as suppliants before the Judgment- 11 Intro, 0| anointed and consecrated as the social exponent of the 12 Intro, 0| solely, or even primarily, as an arbitrary fact: that 13 Intro, 0| all Christians, priests as well as laymen, rulers as 14 Intro, 0| Christians, priests as well as laymen, rulers as well as 15 Intro, 0| as well as laymen, rulers as well as subjects, would 16 Intro, 0| as laymen, rulers as well as subjects, would at the last 17 Intro, 0| Church was not considered as the sole manifestation of 18 Intro, 0| of human character just as nowadays we have the millionaire 19 Intro, 0| ecclesiastical dispensation as other Christians, was conceived 20 Intro, 0| often accepted by the people as the bearer to Christendom 21 Intro, 0| the ecclesiastical system as the Prophets of Israel had 22 Intro, 0| different today; for them, as for other Christians, the 23 Intro, 0| seems to have descended as a bride from airy regions, 24 Intro, 0| domes and clustering towers. As seen from the vineyards 25 Intro, 0| her modern rulers has been as yet, in great measure, spared 26 Intro, 0| the rose-colored walls, as we pass up the narrow, roughly 27 Intro, 0| makes us familiar. And yet, as we rub our eyes, unmistakably 28 Intro, 0| facts, though of facts, as it were, visibly interpreted 29 Intro, 0| half reveals her teaching as to the destiny of man. Another 30 Intro, 0| was born at the same time as a twin-sister, who did not 31 Intro, 0| those unconscious martyrs as playing with their palms 32 Intro, 0| beautiful vision which, as it has an important symbolical 33 Intro, 0| married to one Niccolò, as has been mentioned above, 34 Intro, 0| continued to stand there as long as the vision lasted, 35 Intro, 0| continued to stand there as long as the vision lasted, had she 36 Intro, 0| not come?' Then Catherine, as if waking from a heavy sleep, 37 Intro, 0| the Babylonish Captivity, as it was called, may have 38 Intro, 0| Clement's election, so far as his subservience to the 39 Intro, 0| the situation such maxims as Ubi Petrus ibi Ecclesia, 40 Intro, 0| Petrus ibi Ecclesia, or, as the Avignonese doctors paraphrased 41 Intro, 0| the Popes of Avignon, who, as a matter of fact, though 42 Intro, 0| dispensation of the Son as that had taken the place 43 Intro, 0| monarchy had come about, as most things come about in 44 Intro, 0| of Rome, Romano di Roma, as those who possess that privilege 45 Intro, 0| right. He had the defects as well as the qualities of 46 Intro, 0| had the defects as well as the qualities of the statesman. 47 Intro, 0| Augustine, who had consulted him as to the best means of extirpating 48 Intro, 0| would be gradually, and as it were unconsciously, effected. 49 Intro, 0| may truly be looked upon as the founder of popular Catholicism, 50 Intro, 0| least profoundly Catholic, as weaving together in the 51 Intro, 0| came to look on the Pope as their temporal ruler no 52 Intro, 0| temporal ruler no less than as their spiritual father. 53 Intro, 0| to take his place first as the Italian vicar of a distant 54 Intro, 0| emperor, and at length, as the result of astute statecraft 55 Intro, 0| among the princes of Europe, as their chief and arbiter. 56 Intro, 0| chief and arbiter. So much as has been said was, however, 57 Intro, 0| true benefactors. "Soul, as a quality of style, is a 58 Intro, 0| so sweetly reasonable, as to make her the dearest 59 Intro, 0| constantly dwells, hanging it as a bait before those whom 60 Intro, 0| Similarly the ugliness of sin, as much as its wickedness, 61 Intro, 0| ugliness of sin, as much as its wickedness, should warn 62 Intro, 0| spiritualized imagination, not, as too often in these days 63 Intro, 0| do not run to meet them, as they fly to the embrace 64 Intro, 0| sees God, but diffuses Him, as by some natural law of refraction, 65 Intro, 0| mystics have usually taken as their starting-point what, 66 Intro, 0| is not unfair to describe as the feuilletonistes of piety. 67 Intro, 0| manner so simple and familiar as at times to become almost 68 Intro, 0| One word as to the translation. I have 69 Intro, 0| aim has been to translate as literally as possible, and 70 Intro, 0| to translate as literally as possible, and at the same 71 Intro, 0| Catherine has no style as such; she introduces a metaphor 72 1, 1 | brilliant a light therefrom, as by means of humble and continuous 73 1, 1 | another Myself, inasmuch as they have lost and denied 74 1, 2 | better His truth, inasmuch as the soul is then in God, 75 1, 2 | God, and God in the soul, as the fish is in the sea, 76 1, 2 | finite life, and, inasmuch as my sins are the cause of 77 1, 3 | Himself her desire, doing as He did in the Old Testament, 78 1, 3 | men in this life are given as punishments, but as corrections, 79 1, 3 | given as punishments, but as corrections, in order to 80 1, 3 | commit against Me. Of such as these, inasmuch as they 81 1, 3 | such as these, inasmuch as they have infinite desire, 82 1, 3 | finite time; but, inasmuch as they possess the virtue 83 1, 3 | works are not valid, either as punishment or recompense, 84 1, 4 | which is sustained purely as such. And I say, that the 85 1, 4 | desire of the soul; inasmuch as desire and every virtue 86 1, 4 | begotten Son, in so far as the soul has drawn her love 87 1, 4 | exist; for your very being, as you will learn, is derived 88 1, 4 | other servants, inasmuch as the pains which you will 89 1, 4 | so great in their despair as to condemn them through 90 1, 4 | I accept them, inasmuch as I am He who give them this 91 1, 4 | wherefore they have not, as others, remission of the 92 1, 4 | suffering; and, inasmuch as I told you that they do 93 1, 4 | he has covered his heart, as it were, with a diamond, 94 1, 4 | him, giving him memory so as to remember My benefits, 95 1, 4 | benefits, intellect, so as to see and know the truth, 96 1, 4 | disordinate will. Let such as these receive the eternal 97 1, 4 | horrible stench, inasmuch as they have not satisfied 98 1, 4 | the finite pain; and such as have this contrition in 99 1, 4 | which follows the guilt, as I have already said when 100 1, 5 | patience is united with love as has been said. Therefore 101 1, 6 | obliged to love your neighbor as yourself, and loving him, 102 1, 6 | neighbor; whence, inasmuch as such a man does no good, 103 1, 6 | touch Me, except in so far as I count done to Me that 104 1, 6 | at hand, under your eyes, as to whom, I say, you are 105 1, 6 | counseling him exactly as you would yourselves, without 106 1, 6 | not doing it, he does him, as you see, a special injury. 107 1, 6 | towards Me, and his neighbor, as has been said. And, after 108 1, 6 | perform positive acts of sin, as I have related to you. It 109 1, 7 | the soul knows herself, as we have said above, she 110 1, 7 | same thing, and, so far as the soul loves Me, she loves 111 1, 7 | therewith; because, inasmuch as you can do Me no profit, 112 1, 7 | ardent desire of the donor, as I have shown above, when 113 1, 7 | neediness, she strives, inasmuch as she has done good to herself 114 1, 7 | I give one virtue, to be as it were the chief of the 115 1, 7 | the other virtues, which, as has been said, are all bound 116 1, 7 | profits him nothing so far as grace is concerned. See 117 1, 8 | on their neighbor, just as perverse men all their vices; 118 1, 8 | his salvation, inasmuch as he sees clearly the causes 119 1, 8 | externally upon the neighbor, as I have said to you; and, 120 2, 1 | intrinsic virtues of the soul, as I have told you. They not 121 2, 1 | many other descendants, as a tree which has many branches; 122 2, 1 | being founded on pride, as discretion is on humility. ~ 123 2, 1 | their needs for salvation, as I said to you above. Whatever 124 2, 2 | virtues stand together? It is, as if a circle were drawn on 125 2, 2 | of the circle, for, turn as you will within a circle, 126 2, 2 | within a circle, inasmuch as the circumference has neither 127 2, 2 | true humility, which is as wide as the diameter of 128 2, 2 | humility, which is as wide as the diameter of the circle, 129 2, 2 | diameter of the circle, that is as the knowledge of self and 130 2, 2 | great variety, inasmuch as the soul renders fruit of 131 2, 2 | without her will, inasmuch as they are all flavored with 132 2, 2 | because they are all united, as has been said above." ~ 133 2, 3 | exercises are to be taken as instruments for arriving 134 2, 3 | arriving at virtue, and not as the principal affection 135 2, 3 | should be observed merely as means, and not as the fundamental 136 2, 3 | merely as means, and not as the fundamental affection 137 2, 3 | discretion, using corporal works as means, and not as the principal 138 2, 3 | works as means, and not as the principal foundation; 139 2, 3 | which she has begun, or, as may frequently happen, through 140 2, 3 | therefore, to adopt them as a means, and not as an end. 141 2, 3 | them as a means, and not as an end. For, if she takes 142 2, 3 | For, if she takes them as an end she will be obliged, 143 2, 3 | will is that due which, as I told you, the virtue of 144 2, 3 | every actual operation, as such, was finite, and therefore 145 2, 3 | when they are performed as the instruments of virtue, 146 2, 3 | instruments of virtue, and not as a principal end in themselves. ~ 147 2, 3 | who does less, inasmuch as neither virtue nor merit 148 2, 3 | which proceeds from love, as I have told you) gives to 149 2, 3 | with a restricted love, as I have said, not doing herself 150 2, 3 | becoming lord of it, holding it as folly. And the men of the 151 2, 3 | conceived by the virtue of love, as has been said, and then 152 2, 3 | means of the neighbor, even as a woman, who has conceived 153 2, 3 | general and in particular, as I have said to you before, 154 2, 4 | and the loss of souls, as has been said more fully 155 2, 4 | given her by grace, and not as her due. In that same mirror 156 2, 4 | her own fault. Wherefore, as a man more readily sees 157 2, 4 | Supreme Truth gave her, and, as fire grows when it is fed 158 2, 4 | misery of the world, saying, as if with the words of Moses, ' 159 2, 4 | when it sees such dignity as Yours descend to such lowliness 160 2, 4 | descend to such lowliness as our humanity? We are Your 161 2, 5 | infidelity, and bind themselves as members to My Church. See 162 2, 5 | disposition and defect inasmuch as he has befouled his mind 163 2, 5 | the original corruption, as has been said, is indeed 164 2, 5 | more or less, according as it pleases her to dispose 165 2, 5 | dispose herself to evil as to good, in spite of her 166 2, 5 | good or evil, according as it pleases her will; and 167 2, 6 | of My only-begotten Son, as I have said, men are not 168 2, 6 | receive injuries from Me, as if I desired anything else 169 2, 6 | true and genuine virtue, as I have said to you above, 170 2, 7 | which they ought to have, as they did not participate 171 2, 7 | death in soul and body. And, as soon as he had sinned, a 172 2, 7 | soul and body. And, as soon as he had sinned, a tempestuous 173 2, 8 | of this Bridge, inasmuch as it reaches from earth to 174 2, 8 | the road which was broken, as I said to you, in order 175 2, 8 | race and gave out a stench, as I have said to you above. 176 2, 9 | seems, oh, Abyss of Charity, as if you were mad with love 177 2, 9 | with love of Your creature, as if You could not live without 178 2, 9 | You have made me a Bridge, as You have shown me, Your 179 2, 10 | to her, and said: "First, as I have shown you that for 180 2, 10 | the feet carry the body as the affection carries the 181 2, 10 | by the affection of love, as I have said, it is drawn 182 2, 11 | built into a wall, upon Him as the foundation, for there 183 2, 11 | the virtues, planting them as living stones, and cementing 184 2, 11 | sight of My creatures. Such as these follow a lie, walking 185 2, 12 | render to every man according as he deserves. Wherefore every 186 2, 13 | Me, the Eternal Father, as the angels said, on the 187 2, 13 | Evangelists, all of whom stand as witnesses to confess the 188 2, 13 | life with a perfect light, as I have said to you, and, 189 2, 13 | I have said to you, and, as they themselves say to you, 190 2, 13 | the road of His doctrine, as has been said, His doctrine 191 2, 13 | send you the Paraclete' -- as if My Truth should say, ' 192 2, 13 | actual flesh and blood, but, as I have said, building the 193 2, 13 | which has been given you as a principle in Holy Baptism. ~ 194 2, 13 | shown to you the Bridge as it actually is, and the 195 2, 13 | came upon the disciples, as I have said. For in His 196 2, 14 | Then this soul, as it were, like one intoxicated, 197 2, 15 | the life of grace. And, as a corpse which can have 198 2, 15 | deed and thought are dead as far as grace is concerned. 199 2, 15 | thought are dead as far as grace is concerned. For 200 2, 15 | own power, but only so far as she is helped by Me. It 201 2, 15 | remained (which remains as long as the mortal body 202 2, 15 | remained (which remains as long as the mortal body lives), 203 2, 15 | because they are dead, as I have already said to you. 204 2, 15 | remain in My love: but she, as if blind, goes groping down 205 2, 16 | fruits of this tree are as diverse as are the sins; 206 2, 16 | this tree are as diverse as are the sins; and first, 207 2, 16 | this death-giving tree, are as diverse as sins are diverse. 208 2, 16 | death-giving tree, are as diverse as sins are diverse. See that 209 2, 16 | does any sin, abominable as it may be, take away the 210 2, 16 | intellect from man, so much as does this one. This the 211 2, 17 | they find no remedy. Such as these, with their meanness, 212 2, 18 | Truth, who was amongst them, as said My Truth: 'The Kingdom 213 2, 18 | Thus are such as these unjust to themselves, 214 2, 19 | fall into false judgment, as I will explain to you below. 215 2, 19 | devil, Himself becoming as a servant to take you out 216 2, 19 | and beaten out with pains, as I said to you above, when 217 2, 20 | upon the disciples, who, as it is said, being fortified 218 2, 20 | announce My truth, even as the Devil puts himself on 219 2, 20 | the vexations of the flesh as we do, neither the heaviness 220 2, 20 | the flesh to the Spirit, as had the glorious Paul, My 221 2, 20 | like food, and I am God now as then. My power is not weakened, 222 2, 21 | punished and tormented, as together they have offended 223 2, 22 | pain of these poor souls. As there are three principal 224 2, 22 | to them their every toil. As the saints exult in the 225 2, 22 | torments issue all others, such as cold and heat and gnashing 226 2, 23 | not come like a poor one, as when He was born, coming 227 2, 23 | and darkened vision, that, as the sun which is so bright, 228 2, 24 | cannot merit, having lost, as they have, the time to do 229 2, 24 | of damnation to others, as that rich man, who was damned, 230 2, 24 | their salvation, because, as I have already told you, 231 2, 25 | contented to see them punished as My enemies. Wherefore in 232 2, 25 | desire does not afflict them, as they do not actually feel 233 2, 25 | which she had quitted. For, as the soul is made immortal, 234 2, 25 | satisfied in herself, and, as I have told you, the body 235 2, 25 | Me. But their bodily eye, as I told you, will delight 236 2, 25 | merit and sin, according as they please, with free-will. ~ 237 2, 26 | them an increase of pain, as, to the righteous, the damnation 238 2, 26 | exultation in My goodness. As light is seen better near 239 2, 26 | done for their neighbor, as is contained in the Holy 240 2, 26 | good and evil according as the free-will pleased. Every 241 2, 26 | they have borne remaining as ornaments on their bodies, 242 2, 26 | in the working of virtue. As in the mirror is represented 243 2, 26 | burnt with intolerable pain, as the head and principle of 244 2, 26 | go to Eternal Damnation, as has been said, as the elect 245 2, 26 | Damnation, as has been said, as the elect and My sons, keeping 246 2, 26 | calls them, and they are as blind and mad, and do not 247 2, 26 | of faith. The Devil says, as it were, to them: 'Whosoever 248 2, 27 | it or leave it, according as you please. It is an arm, 249 2, 27 | allowed him to be tempted, so as to arrive at virtue, by 250 2, 27 | were forced to do so, for as I told you they cannot be 251 2, 27 | of their lord the Devil. As the righteous, who have 252 2, 27 | embrace it with hatred, as I told you. So that neither 253 2, 27 | receive every one their place, as I have told you, and they 254 2, 27 | various delights, colored so as to have the appearance of 255 2, 27 | not know or see the Truth, as, you know, I showed you 256 2, 27 | was not, and, therefore, as you saw, many souls thereon 257 2, 27 | sensuality on the other; but as soon as he, with hatred 258 2, 27 | on the other; but as soon as he, with hatred and displeasure 259 2, 27 | finds inestimable sweetness, as I showed you then, some 260 2, 27 | anything without Me. But they, as if blinded by the fog of 261 2, 27 | And because -- by sin, as I said to you above -- the 262 2, 27 | the figure of the Tree, as I told you." ~ 263 2, 28 | to whom they do not. And as, so far, I have shown you 264 2, 28 | the earnest money of hell, as My servants taste the earnest 265 2, 28 | having she desires. And as I told you pain is far from 266 2, 28 | in seeing and knowing Me, as I have told you. In this 267 2, 28 | she would not see, except as a man who has the form of 268 2, 28 | to prove them in virtue, as I told you above, they resist 269 2, 28 | shortness of time. Time is as the point of a needle and 270 2, 28 | are not pricked, because as I told you, they have known 271 2, 29 | method should be used so as to come entirely out of 272 2, 30 | earnest-money of Hell, and, as martyrs of the Devil, receiving 273 2, 30 | moved the intellect, saying, as it were, 'I will love, because 274 2, 30 | by the affection, says, as it were, 'If you will love, 275 2, 30 | and imperfectly, according as the soul exercises perfection 276 2, 30 | exercises perfection in herself, as I will tell you below. So, 277 2, 30 | one presents to the other, as I told you, good or evil, 278 2, 30 | affection, and it moves as it pleases, either with 279 2, 30 | those three steps figure, as I will narrate to you below, 280 2, 31 | three steps, in general, as the three powers of the 281 2, 32 | come to Me except by Him, as He told you in the words: ' 282 2, 33 | gather yourselves together, as it is said, 'two or three 283 2, 33 | everything, and your neighbor as yourself, which two are 284 2, 33 | Son, whom I have placed as the object of the vision 285 2, 35 | but rather fulfills it, as said My Truth, 'I come not 286 2, 35 | longer punished suddenly, as was of old given and ordained 287 2, 37 | time of battle fly to Me, as their Benefactor, seeking 288 2, 37 | so that, if they love Me, as a servant does his master, 289 2, 37 | he bears to his master, as to become a very dear friend, 290 2, 37 | reasoning with themselves, so as to quell the motions of 291 2, 37 | manifest Myself to them, as My Truth said in these words: ' 292 2, 38 | diverse ways, according as I see need in the soul herself 293 2, 39 | the intellect alone, for, as I am, you cannot see Me 294 2, 39 | Invisible, made Myself, as it were, visible by sending 295 2, 39 | manifest Myself to you,' as if He should say, 'According 296 2, 39 | He should say, 'According as My Father manifests himself 297 2, 40 | himself in his own house, as did Peter, who, after the 298 2, 40 | disciples, He also returned, as I told you above, for the 299 2, 40 | and from the Son. Now, as I told you, in order to 300 2, 40 | in the Blood of My Son. As long as her eye thus watches, 301 2, 40 | Blood of My Son. As long as her eye thus watches, illumined 302 2, 41 | have you know that just as every imperfection and perfection 303 2, 41 | what you do to him, I count as done to Me, which My Truth 304 3, 2 | crucified, communicating, as it were, sacramentally, 305 3, 2 | tasted in the Blood which, as the soul sees, was shed 306 3, 2 | imperfections are lost, even as Peter and the disciples, 307 3, 2 | if she pray only vocally, as do many souls whose prayers 308 3, 2 | rather words than love. Such as these give heed to nothing 309 3, 2 | and I know well that, just as the soul is at first imperfect 310 3, 2 | she is yet imperfect, so as not to fall into idleness. 311 3, 2 | particular and hideous sins. But, as I said, I do not wish the 312 3, 2 | visitation, that she feels, as it were, by conscience, 313 3, 2 | they should so arrange as to say it before or after 314 3, 2 | vocal prayer, for, even as the active and contemplative 315 3, 2 | appointed time, according as charity commands for the 316 3, 2 | at the appointed season, as My glorious standard-bearer 317 3, 3 | with the light of faith, as did the disciples, who remained 318 3, 4 | awaited Me in self-knowledge as I have told you, receives 319 3, 4 | of her own consolations, as has been said, and she knows 320 3, 5 | As I have told you, these latter 321 3, 5 | crucified, not the Father, as they do who are in imperfect 322 3, 5 | they find in Me. But they, as if drunken with love and 323 3, 5 | which I figured to you as the three powers of the 324 3, 5 | actual steps, figured to you as in the Body of My only Son, 325 3, 5 | by which steps the soul, as I told you, ascended, first 326 3, 5 | baptism of Blood, speaking, as it were, under a figure, 327 3, 5 | to do so; but, falling, as he will, into the guilt 328 3, 5 | But let no one be so mad as so to arrange his deeds, 329 3, 6 | much in the angelic nature as in the human, for, whether 330 3, 7 | Sinners, such as those of whom I have just 331 3, 7 | virtues in My servants, as the devils are in Hell as 332 3, 7 | as the devils are in Hell as My justiciars and augmenters 333 3, 7 | Truth, have placed them as instruments to exercise 334 3, 7 | virtue in this life and as justiciars to those who 335 3, 7 | they render Me glory, not as citizens of life eternal, 336 3, 7 | deprived by their sins, but as My justiciars, manifesting 337 3, 8 | things, even in the devils, as I told you. And although 338 3, 8 | is ended, but not love, as the tortured desire, which 339 3, 8 | Thus, as if drunk with the Blood 340 3, 9 | loosened from the body, as they do, who have reached 341 3, 9 | therefore I placed before him, as an object for the eyes of 342 3, 10 | insupportable to them. Nevertheless, as their will is not their 343 3, 10 | shame and pains. Inasmuch as they appear to be suffering 344 3, 10 | only endure with patience, as I told you they did, who 345 3, 11 | everyone receives according as he is capable or disposed 346 3, 11 | of this light according as he needed it for his salvation 347 3, 11 | fulfill it.' It is almost as if My Truth would say to 348 3, 11 | knowledge of Scripture, as if they had studied it for 349 3, 11 | separated from the body, as I told you when I spoke 350 3, 12 | great desire, and rising as one intoxicated both by 351 3, 12 | the other servants of God as well as herself) in order 352 3, 12 | servants of God as well as herself) in order that He 353 3, 12 | Supreme and First Truth, as to the manner of being and 354 3, 12 | aforesaid tears, and inasmuch as the truth cannot be learnt 355 3, 13 | so also is their weeping, as I have told you. The fourth 356 3, 13 | let fall with great peace, as I will explain to you. I 357 3, 14 | satisfy the heart so much as the eye. If the heart is 358 3, 14 | to give her eternal life, as I have already told you 359 3, 14 | But, inasmuch as she has not yet arrived 360 3, 14 | has already been removed, as has been said, but it is 361 3, 14 | heart is full of grief. And, as soon as the eye feels the 362 3, 14 | full of grief. And, as soon as the eye feels the grief 363 3, 14 | compassion for her neighbor, as I told you in speaking of 364 3, 14 | of whom I made a Bridge, as I have said. Having thus 365 3, 14 | according to Mine, and not only, as I said, enduring them with 366 3, 14 | is united to Me in love, as I told you when speaking 367 3, 14 | you can all serve Me. For, as I have said to you, you 368 3, 14 | everything, and your neighbor as yourselves. ~ 369 3, 14 | observed, which were given you, as I have told you, by My Truth, 370 3, 14 | knowledge of the truth, as I said to you, which, though 371 3, 14 | things, not indeed in so far as they are given her by My 372 3, 14 | by My love, but in so far as she desires them by reason 373 3, 14 | indeed to another stage, for as I have said, you have now 374 3, 15 | God wishes to be served as the Infinite, and not as 375 3, 15 | as the Infinite, and not as anything finite. ~ 376 3, 15 | are disciplined in virtue, as I have said to you. You 377 3, 15 | in its own fiery desire. As, when green wood is on the 378 3, 15 | are united. And inasmuch as desire is never ended, it 379 3, 15 | account abandon desire, so as to no longer yearn for Me 380 3, 15 | suffering is over and ended, as I have said to you, for 381 3, 15 | hungry are satisfied, and as soon as they are satisfied 382 3, 15 | are satisfied, and as soon as they are satisfied hunger 383 3, 15 | value, and this is true as regards their mode, of which 384 3, 15 | tears, and consumed it, as happens in the case of the 385 3, 15 | tears are infinite, how, as regards the tears shed in 386 3, 16 | know how many? There are as many as there exist different 387 3, 16 | many? There are as many as there exist different loves. 388 3, 16 | different loves. And inasmuch as the root of self-love is 389 3, 16 | sufficient to merit eternal life, as has been said, but My Justice, 390 3, 16 | incomplete reward, imperfect as the action which obtains 391 3, 16 | time in which to repent, as I have already said to you 392 3, 16 | wishes to set himself up as the judge of the affections 393 3, 16 | the Supreme Good; but such as these always judge badly, 394 3, 16 | founded on evil. Such critics as these cause hatreds, murders, 395 3, 16 | rational creature, according as their judgment may suggest 396 3, 17 | the state of tears, said as one enamored -- "Thanks, 397 3, 17 | in You; and in another, as it might seem to me, a mind 398 3, 18 | you in general. You know, as I have told you, that, without 399 3, 18 | all persons must possess, as has been said, for, without 400 3, 18 | state of grace, inasmuch as, not having the light, she 401 3, 18 | which I have given you as an instrument and means 402 3, 18 | grace. Such a one walks as if blind, for he knows not 403 3, 18 | you also need this light, as has been said." ~ 404 3, 19 | remain contented, because, as long as you are pilgrims 405 3, 19 | contented, because, as long as you are pilgrims in this 406 3, 19 | destruction of their self-will, as I have explained to you 407 3, 19 | of their own will. Such as these wish always to choose 408 3, 19 | world and of the Devil, as I have narrated to you in 409 3, 19 | consolations, and tribulations as they may be needed for your 410 3, 20 | them with due reverence, as I have mentioned to you 411 3, 20 | happens to them. And inasmuch as they deem themselves worthy 412 3, 20 | hatred of your sins. It was as if the sweet and amorous 413 3, 20 | sweetness, this light, she runs, as one enamored and inflamed 414 3, 20 | through love alone. Such as these have lost themselves, 415 3, 20 | mortified their body, though not as an end in itself, but as 416 3, 20 | as an end in itself, but as a means which helps them 417 3, 20 | to stay their own will, as I said to you when explaining 418 3, 20 | under their feet, standing, as they do, in the waters of 419 3, 20 | observe the doctrine which, as you know, was given you 420 3, 20 | he who acts thus does so as the instrument of My will; 421 3, 20 | in order to judge, but, as has been said, with holy 422 3, 20 | perceives only My will, which, as has been said, wishes nothing 423 3, 20 | dearest daughter, that such as these, who have learnt this 424 3, 21 | soul who tastes it has not, as yet, the perfection which 425 3, 21 | at Me, Eternal Life, for, as has been said, their desires 426 3, 21 | These servants of Mine, as I have said to you in another 427 3, 21 | and full of grief, even as My only-begotten Son was, 428 3, 21 | desire towards Me, clothed, as has been said, in My sweet 429 3, 22 | Then that soul, as if, in truth, inebriated, 430 3, 22 | seemed beside herself, as if the feelings of the body 431 3, 22 | made with her Creator, and as if, in elevation of mind, 432 3, 22 | upon whom oftentimes I, as one blind and sick with 433 3, 22 | will strive, according as You will give me grace, 434 3, 22 | will gladly hear it, so as to have material for increasing 435 3, 23 | their needs and fitness. And as I, your Creator, grant you 436 3, 24 | of the angels. Wherefore, as I have said to you, I, God, 437 3, 24 | separated or divided from Me, as in the case of the natural 438 3, 24 | to you that this Body is, as it were, a Sun. Wherefore, 439 3, 24 | separated from each other, as I said to you in another 440 3, 24 | whiteness of the bread; for as the sun cannot be divided 441 3, 24 | diminished in itself, except as far as may be in the following 442 3, 24 | in itself, except as far as may be in the following 443 3, 24 | by the help of My grace, as may please you. Not that 444 3, 24 | you can increase in love, as has been said, coming with 445 3, 24 | which I have given you as Food for your service, through 446 3, 24 | Itself you receive entire, as I have said (in the example 447 3, 24 | because It cannot be divided, as has been said, either on 448 3, 24 | the soul is not disposed as she should be for so great 449 3, 24 | him who administers it, as I told you of the sun which 450 3, 24 | whole God and whole man, as I told you, in the metaphor 451 3, 25 | nature, not detached from Me, as I revealed to you, if you 452 3, 25 | the eye of your intellect as through your bodily eye, 453 3, 25 | shown you by My goodness, as I have said to you. The 454 3, 25 | means of vision, inasmuch as it cannot be deceived; wherefore, 455 3, 25 | Me with the hand of love, as if to certify to herself 456 3, 26 | is the soul who receives, as she should, this Bread of 457 3, 26 | dwells in Me and I in her, as the fish in the sea, and 458 3, 26 | you the imprint of grace, as does a seal, which, when 459 3, 26 | your needs, the sweet Truth as Food in this life, where 460 3, 27 | have received, inasmuch as no greater dignity exists 461 3, 27 | and whom I have appointed as earthly angels in this life. 462 3, 27 | ministration of prayer, as I said to you in another 463 3, 27 | and honor of My Name. Even as these ministers require 464 3, 27 | their body to be preserved, as the instrument of the soul 465 3, 27 | and Me the True Light, as I told you, and the other 466 3, 28 | have become like to It, as I told you of Peter, the 467 3, 28 | Himself the undivided Sun, as has been said, and all the 468 3, 28 | thing; wherefore he cannot, as I have said to you, have 469 3, 28 | power of his soul so ordered as to receive Me, the True 470 3, 28 | ordered in My Name. For, as soon as the eye of the intellect 471 3, 28 | in My Name. For, as soon as the eye of the intellect 472 3, 28 | the affection loves; and, as soon as these powers are 473 3, 28 | affection loves; and, as soon as these powers are thus disposed, 474 3, 28 | with Me, and I with them, as I narrated to you in another 475 3, 28 | and perfect humility. And, as if famished for such food, 476 3, 28 | and true to those souls, as were those glorious pastors 477 3, 28 | to be punished. In such as these are fulfilled the 478 3, 28 | And they are truly suns, as I have told you, because 479 3, 28 | are truly angels. Because, as the angel, which I give 480 3, 28 | example of life, and doctrine as I said. With how much humility 481 3, 28 | before them. With such fears as these, and a perverted hope 482 3, 28 | like precious stones, and as such do they stand in My 483 3, 28 | imperfect and infirm with them, as I told you, with true and 484 3, 29 | not for their own sakes, as I have said, but for Mine, 485 3, 29 | have the Sun to administer, as has been said, and perfect 486 3, 29 | with good and holy thoughts as does an angel. ~ 487 3, 29 | the adornment of virtue, as did those of whom I spoke 488 3, 29 | children and shine each as a sun in the mystical body 489 3, 29 | earthly angels and suns, as I have said. It not being 490 3, 30 | ordained by My will. Such men as these wage war with the 491 3, 30 | he has found mercy; and as he lived in the memory of 492 3, 30 | causes him no terror or fear, as it would do to another who 493 3, 30 | beginning to taste eternal life, as I said to you in another 494 3, 30 | to obtain by grace, not as her due, but by virtue of 495 3, 30 | souls in My honor. For just as everyone has the office 496 3, 30 | of virtue they receive, as has been said, more than 497 3, 30 | dearest daughter! to such as these the vision of the 498 3, 30 | affection of love according as he has measured to Me." ~ 499 3, 31 | who are in great misery as I have related to you. How 500 3, 31 | in the moment of death, as I told you, the Devil accuses


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