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En contemplant ceste femme, voyez
Que charité est une oeuvre excellente.
Qui dit, J’ay foy, sans charité, croyez
Que faussement d’estre Chrestien se vante.
Charité (dy-je) de foy vive naissante:
Non celle-la d’un Turc, ou infidele.
Car c’est peché, quoy qu’elle soit duisante,
A tout Chrestien qui n’attent salut d’elle.

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PATIENS EST, BENIGNA EST, NON INVIDET, NON EST PROCAX, NON INFLATUR, NON EST FASTIDIOSA, NON QUAERIT QUAE SUA SUNT, NON IRRITATUR, NON COGITAT MALUM, NON GAUDET DE INIUSTICIA, SED CONGAUDET VERITATI.

[Charity] suffereth long, and is kind; envieth not; vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth (1 Cor. 13:4-6)

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Non sua, sed fratrum sincero corde procurat
Commoda, qui puro quaerit amore Deum.
Omnia dat, repetitque nihil, patiensque malorum,
Nunquam animum tristi dejicit invidia.

He who seeks God with pure love obtains with a sincere heart not his own good but that of his brothers. He gives everything, tries to get nothing back, is patient of suffering; envy never casts his mind into sadness.

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