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1 0, 10 | when God, Who disposes all things in due form and order, granted 2 0, 12 | both of this and of other things that she realized herself 3 0, 13 | can of it, and of other things, and write a fresh book 4 0, 13 | without saying to whom the things that you describe have happened." 5 0, 14 | do they want me to write things?" she would ask. "Let learned 6 0, 16 | mansion, where the most secret things pass between God and the 7 0, 18 | virtue -- with her these two things go together) may best be 8 0, 46 | has a way of simplifying things which seem impossible, my 9 0, 46 | other and more difficult things for me help also in this: 10 0, 47 | they hear, repeat the same things again and again. If the 11 0, 47 | write down a few of the things which people have considered 12 0, 49 | important if I could explain things clearly to them and for 13 1, 2 | precious they are -- those are things which we seldom consider 14 1, 3 | mansion where the most secret things pass between God and the 15 1, 3 | to you to know that such things are possible; and, if you 16 1, 3 | no harm to think of the things laid up for us in Heaven, 17 1, 4 | It may be said that these things seem impossible and that 18 1, 7 | without paying heed to these things, but that is only because 19 2, 5 | so much astonished at the things done by a soul in mortal 20 2, 5 | in mortal sin as at the things not done by it. May God, 21 2, 5 | granted her had taught her too things: first, she had learned 22 2, 6 | we can remember these two things, sisters, the time you have 23 2, 7 | superfluous and even irrelevant things in order to say a single 24 2, 7 | myself when writing about things of which I know nothing; 25 2, 7 | work. As I describe the things He does, and give various 26 2, 7 | shall have to explain many things that are well known -- it 27 2, 14 | because there are so many bad things -- snakes and vipers and 28 2, 14 | so completely absorbed in things of the world and so deeply 29 2, 14 | being among such poisonous things, it cannot, at some time 30 2, 15 | here, so far as outward things are concerned, are free; 31 2, 15 | us free as regards inward things as well and to deliver us 32 2, 16 | be looking out for such things and running to the prioress 33 2, 18 | sister must discuss such things with any other, for from 34 1, 4 | these vipers -- that is, the things of the world -- and they 35 1, 5 | thinking that all these earthly things are of the slightest value 36 1, 5 | memory shows it how all these things come to an end, and reminds 37 1, 5 | much enjoyment from the things which it has seen have died. 38 1, 5 | of these and many other things the soul is reminded by 39 1, 5 | own house is full of good things, if it will only enjoy them. 40 1, 5 | Host Who will put all good things into its possession, unless, 41 1, 6 | who pursue these visible things meet with nothing but ill 42 1, 8 | one must not think of such things as spiritual favours, for 43 1, 8 | perfect freedom. All other things are of quite secondary importance: 44 1, 9 | strange jargon or dabble in things of which we have no knowledge 45 1, 10(47)| casas ("homes") but cosas ("things"). Luis de León, however, 46 1, 10 | will enjoy many more good things than they could ever desire. ~ 47 1, 4 | yourselves completely from the things of this world and (to the 48 1, 5 | other infirmities. In all things we must leave out of account 49 1, 7 | own will and left all the things of the world and all that 50 1, 8 | carefully, daughters, these few things which have been set down 51 2, 2 | still grieving about earthly things, and not very important 52 2, 2 | and not very important things either, than from the matter 53 2, 7 | myself to you, and that these things have nothing to do with 54 2, 7 | really detached from the things you have abandoned, for 55 2, 13 | completely disillusioned with the things of the world. It is a great 56 2, 13 | encouragement to see that things which we thought impossible 57 1, 2 | there are such exquisite things to be seen and appreciated 58 1, 4 | be derived from numerous things that may happen to us here 59 1, 5 | which come to us from Divine things are as purely natural as 60 1, 5 | difference between these two things and yet I am not clever 61 2, 2 | There are certain spiritual things which I can find no way 62 2, 2 | anything else. In all the things that have been created by 63 2, 3 | we meditate upon created things and fatigue the understanding; 64 2, 5 | I certainly find secret things in ourselves which often 65 2, 7 | writing of these interior things I am contradicting what 66 3, 1 | senses and all external things seem gradually to lose their 67 3, 2 | but I cannot explain things in that kind of language, 68 3, 2 | strangers, to whom all the good things in the castle are abhorrent. 69 3, 2 | call that they give up the things outside the castle which 70 3, 3 | are already leaving the things of the world. I do not mean 71 3, 3 | them intent upon interior things. I believe, however, that 72 3, 4 | much he knew about such things; but we read it together, 73 3, 5 | Himself. There are many other things in which He has not so reserved 74 3, 9 | has more desire to do such things than he had previously. 75 3, 9 | God, he sees that earthly things are mere refuse; so, little 76 3, 9 | however, that all these things take place because once 77 1, 1 | explain them, for earthly things are quite insufficient for 78 1, 2 | get inside. Some of the things which are in this room, 79 1, 3 | and fast asleep, to the things of the world, and to ourselves ( 80 1, 6 | themselves experienced these things, men of great learning have 81 1, 9 | learned that God was in all things by presence and power and 82 2, 1 | for them, there are many things to be said concerning what 83 2, 3 | thinking of these wonderful things and rejoice in being the 84 2, 7 | our attachment to earthly things. Let us practise penance, 85 2, 8 | we shall treat of these things further and in detail, for, 86 2, 8 | it will experience great things. ~ 87 2, 9 | It sets no store by the things it did when it was a worm -- 88 2, 10 | butterfly feels a stranger to things of the earth, it should 89 2, 11 | discontent caused by the things of the world arouses a desire 90 2, 12 | a great deal about those things; but it does not reach to 91 2, 14 | comparison and the very terrible things that I have suffered since 92 3, 7 | censoriousness (even if only in small things) concerning our neighbours, 93 3, 8 | here the Lord asks only two things of us: love for His Majesty 94 3, 8 | are from doing these two things in the way we ought for 95 3, 11 | and thousands of other things belonging to the interior 96 4, 1 | I may possibly say a few things twice over. As it is for 97 4, 2 | Sacrament of Matrimony. The two things work differently, for in 98 4, 6 | There are two things about which you may ask 99 4, 8 | least of, and in ordinary things; for if we look to this, 100 4, 10 | something of these difficult things, which I know will be impossible 101 1, 2 | tell you about some of the things which I know are certain 102 1, 2 | to time really taste the things of Heaven can live in freedom 103 1, 3 | is they who say the worst things of all and express the deepest 104 1, 4 | person153 to whom these things were happening and who was 105 1, 4 | The worst of it is, these things are not soon over -- they 106 1, 4 | are who believe the good things they say by comparison with 107 1, 5 | takes no notice of such things whatsoever. But to find 108 1, 9 | God. For there are many things which assault her soul with 109 1, 13 | from above, for earthly things are of no value to them 110 2, 3 | different are spiritual things from any that can be seen 111 2, 6 | about this than about other things. For the following reasons, 112 2, 6 | of this world, and other things like them. ~ 113 2, 8 | not thinking of interior things, it seems, in some wonderful 114 3, 2 | are given to understand things, nor should one upset them 115 3, 2 | God does not consist in things like these, over which many 116 3, 2 | swear they see and hear things, and really believe that 117 3, 3 | for misgivings about these things until it becomes clear what 118 3, 3 | them to dispense with such things at first, for, if they are 119 3, 4 | as a temptation against things pertaining to the Faith 120 3, 5 | And so with many other things. ~ 121 3, 7 | distressed when it sees things going badly astray. It may 122 3, 10 | kind of dream, and sees things and believes that these 123 3, 10 | and believes that these things are of God, and the effects 124 3, 14 | But often it refers to things which one never thought 125 3, 14 | cannot be deceived about things it has not desired or wished 126 3, 17 | with experience of these things, and no doubt others also) 127 3, 19 | less anxious about certain things and to try to take no notice 128 4, 1 | all these trials and other things that I have described? Its 129 4, 1 | continues to grant it the things it wants, and many more, 130 4, 4 | been so fully awake to the things of God or had such light 131 4, 4 | can I speak of many other things that happen in this state -- 132 4, 4 | As, however, there are things in the latter Mansion which 133 4, 5 | mysteries, such as heavenly things and imaginary visions, it 134 4, 7 | had not revealed secret things to his soul in such a way 135 4, 7 | have learned marvellous things, for it was these things 136 4, 7 | things, for it was these things which gave him courage to 137 4, 7 | understanding the hidden things of God; rather, believing, 138 4, 8 | earthenware, and all kinds of things, set out in such a way that 139 4, 8 | wonder what all this mass of things could be used for, and then 140 4, 8 | sight of so many different things might lead one to glorify 141 4, 8 | nor could I say what the things were made of; I can only 142 4, 8 | revelation of the great things it has seen. It will not, 143 4, 12 | have come to these great things of God (come to write about 144 4, 12 | though it is that these are things which the Lord gives to 145 5, 6 | this and for many other things that happen to a soul which 146 5, 7 | imagining it, and similar things, all his life long, it would 147 5, 7 | instant he is taught so many things all at once that if he were 148 5, 7 | than we can ordinarily see things with the eyes of the body; 149 5, 8 | Sometimes, in addition to the things which he sees with the eyes 150 5, 8 | the soul, he is shown the things I am describing and many 151 5, 9 | right outside itself, great things are revealed to it; and, 152 5, 9 | such contempt for earthly things that, in comparison with 153 5, 9 | and, if it sees any of the things which used to give it pleasure, 154 5, 10 | devil could never reveal things which produce such results 155 5, 10 | benefits. There are three things in particular which it enjoys 156 5, 10 | supreme contempt for earthly things, save those which can be 157 6, 4 | her, my God; and dispose things so that she may be able 158 6, 4 | not her life be spent in things so base. Let Thy greatness 159 6, 6 | when we are troubled about things of the world. Anyone without 160 6, 10 | Together with these things, which are at once distressing 161 7, 2 | forsook so great a Majesty for things so base. It thinks of this 162 7, 6 | and to flee from corporeal things, they will certainly not 163 7, 11 | stop to meditate upon these things, and here they may to some 164 7, 12 | has raised to supernatural things and to perfect contemplation 165 7, 15 | completely from corporeal things as to think that meditation 166 8, 3 | or even greater. Other things of the kind might be attributable 167 8, 9 | many sore trials, which, as things are at present, might affect 168 9, 4 | to the soul and shows it things both great and secret. But 169 9, 4 | medium by which all such things are seen -- as the brilliance 170 9, 4 | testify only inadequately to things of which it has no experience. 171 9, 12 | worried, for, even if these things be not of God, they will 172 9, 13 | friend knew that insulting things were being said about his 173 9, 15 | effects caused by these things, and there is more still 174 9, 16 | the same about these other things. I think they will never 175 9, 19 | best for me, so that in all things His will may be done. ~ 176 10, 1 | But, being very secret things, they are difficult to describe, 177 10, 2 | communicates most secret things to it, which it seems to 178 10, 2 | revealed to the soul how all things are seen in God, and how 179 10, 8 | determined to do His will in all things, and to give her some knowledge 180 10, 8 | more; I have said these two things because they seem to me 181 11, 6 | later. It is well that great things should cost a great deal, 182 11, 6 | be surpassed by any such things on earth (many of which 183 11, 8 | as all other earthly things do too. ~ 184 11, 12 | you ask the Lord for these things He will be justified in 185 1 | are one. There are notable things in this chapter. ~ 186 1, 1 | is only a fraction of the things that still remain to be 187 1, 1 | us in communicating these things in such a way that we may 188 1, 1 | tell you some of the many things which there are to be said 189 1, 4 | beside him the most delicious things to eat, but because he cannot 190 1, 11 | so many and such subtle things in the interior life that 191 2, 4 | meant the joining of two things into one, each of the two, 192 2, 6 | that sustaineth me!" and things of that kind. For from those 193 2, 10 | and many other distressing things happen there, but he remains 194 2, 10 | leave it; and, although the things which the soul hears cause 195 3, 14 | If only one knew how many things there are in Scripture which 196 4, 1 | happens, all the poisonous things in the environs and mansions 197 4, 8 | and suffering such amazing things, how can you expect to please 198 4, 14 | pleasing to Him. By your doing things which you really can do, 199 4, 16 | grace to do some of the things of which I have told you, 200 4, 18 | everything, even in the things which most try you, and 201 4, 19 | gardens and fountains255 and things so delectable that you will 202 4, 20 | understanding, for in all things I submit to what is held


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