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    Sentences forJulian of Norwich

    • [130–131] In this regard Julian of Norwich (1342–1416) would write, "Our natural will is to have God, and the good-will of God is to have us."Evelyn Underhill-Wikipedia
    • From this background, the Quartets end with an affirmation of Julian of Norwich: "All shall be well and / All manner of thing shall be well."T. S. Eliot-Wikipedia
    • The Four Quartets draws upon Christian theology, art, symbolism and language of such figures as Dante, and mystics St. John of the Cross and Julian of Norwich.T. S. Eliot-Wikipedia
    • God's love allows humankind to redeem itself and escape the living hell through purgation by fire; he drew the affirmative coda "All shall be well" from medieval mystic Julian of Norwich.Four Quartets-Wikipedia
    • Kempe is unusual when compared to contemporaneous holy women, such as Julian of Norwich, because she, unlike Julian, was not a nun.Margery Kempe-Wikipedia
    • Significant religious works were also created in the 14th century, including those of Julian of Norwich (c.English literature-Wikipedia

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