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profitabel thynges, or in spekyng of Cristes passyon;' and principally in thoght, that the mynde * of Jhesu Criste passe noght fra his thoght. For if thou lufe hym trewly, thou wil" glad the" in hym and noght in other thyng; and thou wil thynk on hym, kastand * away al other thoghtes. Bot if thou be fals, and take other than hym, and delyte the in erthly thyng agaynes his wille, wit" thou wele he will forsake the " as thou hase 7 done hyme, and dampne the for thi synne. Wharfore, that thou may lufe hym trewly understand that his lufe es proved in thre thynges; in thynkyng, in spekyng, in wirkyng. Chaunge thi thoght fra the worlde, and kast it haly * on hym, and he sall norysche, the." Chaunge thimowth fra unnayte" and warldes" speche, and speke of hym, and he sall" comforth to the Chaunge thi hend * fra the warkes” of vanitese, and lyft tham * in his name, and wyrke anly" for hys lufe, and he sall “receyve the. Do thus, and than luses" thou trewly and gase” in the way of perfitenes. Delyte the sa" in hym that thi hert receyve nowther?" worldes joy ne worldes sorow, and drede no anguys?' ne noy’” that may befalle bodyly on the “ or on any of thi frendes; bot betake * all in-til Goddes will and thank hym ay of all hys sandes,” swa" that thou may have rest and savowre in hys lufe. For if thi hert owther * be ledde with worldes drede or worldes solace, thou ert” full fer” fra the swetnes of Cristes lufe. . . . Wasche thi thoght clene wyth lufe-teres” and brennand” yernyng,” that he synd na " thyng fowle in the, for his joy es that thou be fayre and lussom * in his eghen.” Fayrehede “ of thi sawle, that he covaytes, es that thou be chaste and meke, mykie and sufferand, never irk “ to do his wille, ay hatand all wykkednes. In al that thou dose," thynk ay to com to the syght of his fairehede,” and sett al thine entent 37 thar-in, that thou may com thar-til "* at thine endyng; for that aght" to be the ende of al oure traveyle, that we evermare, whils we lyve here, desyre that syght, in all oure hert, and

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