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The commandment of God is, that we love Our Lord in all our heart, in all our soul, in all our thought. In all our heart; that is, in all our understanding without erring. In all our soul; that is, in all our will without gainsaying. In all our their ought; that is, that we think on Him without forgetting. In this manner is very love and true, that is work of man's will. For love is a willful stirring of our thoughts unto God, so that it receive nothing that is against the love of Jesus Christ, and therewith that it be lasting in sweetness of devotion; and that is the perfection of this life.

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Richard Rolle

Richard Rolle

Richard Rolle (1290 - 1349) was an English religious writer, Bible translator, and hermit. He is known as Richard Rolle of Hampole or de Hampole, since in his final years he settled at Hampole, near the Cistercian nunnery, after years of wandering.

He was brought up near Pickering, and studied at the University of Oxford, supported by Thomas de Neville, leaving there at age eighteen or nineteen. He had his cell first at Pickering, and then in the North Yorkshire parish of Ainderby.

He wrote in both Latin and English; many works are attributed to him, but it has been questioned how many are genuinely from his hand. Some were printed in the sixteenth century, by Wynkyn de Worde.

He was regarded as a saint after his death; but he was never canonized.

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