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- Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
- of piety and devotion in their hearts. Lacking spiritual consolation from
- give me your heart.” He took a knife and cut deep into his chest the
- saw that “his body over his heart was as clear as crystal, and in the
- His heart.” Suso wrote his autobiography in the third person, and referred
- hearts to his teaching. The fires of affliction had nearly consumed him to
- the convents he visited. Their hearts were deeply impressed by the obvious,
- in a right spirit can hardly fail to be stirred in his heart's depths, either
- devoted heart Heinrich Suso bathed Scholasticism in a lyric splendor of
- the Brotherhood of the Common Life: “Conquer yourself. Turn your heart from
- manner was modest, mild and humble. He was of patient heart, and his spirit
- answered, “I am the heart of all these religions.”
- heart, a stern disciplinarian in his monastery, and a firm supporter of the
- Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
- of the heart, and dream of a seething stove, then meaningful and significant
- Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
- were led through a higher life of ideas. Suso's heart turns ardently toward
- and all repentant hearts in kindness; it is I, the sweet, eternal wisdom,
- Title: Chapter: Introduction
- we perceive the heartbeat of humanity's development. How close we feel to
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