B E L o v E D — are full of the purest and noblest spirituality, compounded with the quintessence of love. If ye will have fire,' he cries, O ye that love, come light your lanterns at my heart.' His famous phrase, He who loves not lives not,' sums up his inspiration. Yet Lull was no Cloistered visionary. His life is full of romance and adventure so crowded with incident is it that many pages will not suffice even to summarise its principal happenings. His capacities showed the rare combination of scholar and man of affairs he was both these, and he was also the man of God. To the service of his Master, for Whom alone he lived, and for Whom he died, Lull was able to bring the full and complete tribute of an efficient and aétive body, a superb mind, and an ardent, unconquerable spirit.