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1 0, 4 | Lewis -- The Life of St. Teresa of Jesus, 2 0, 9 | Towards the end of her life, probably near the end of 3 0, 13 | perfection to be found in her Life, at that time in the hands 4 0, 13 | is put in the book of my life, which is at the Inquisition!" " 5 0, 13(4) | Cf. The Life of Teresa of Jesus, translated 6 0, 17 | whole course of the mystical life -- the soul's progress from 7 0, 18 | figure of the castle to the life of prayer (which is also 8 0, 18 | prayer (which is also the life of virtue -- with her these 9 0, 21 | these Mansions of Exemplary Life begins with stern exhortations 10 0, 21 | discretion and orders its life well. Its limitations are 11 0, 22 | element of the mystical life first enters: that is to 12 0, 22 | the Second Water, in the Life. The soul is like a fountain 13 0, 22 | source and the water of life flows into it, not through 14 0, 25 | the Beatific Vision in the life to come. ~ 15 0, 28 | instead of the record of a life. There is no life more real 16 0, 28 | record of a life. There is no life more real than the interior 17 0, 28 | more real than the interior life of the soul; there is no 18 2, 1 | Orient pearl, this tree of life, planted in the living waters 19 2, 1 | in the living waters of life28 -- namely, in God -- when 20 2, 2 | proceed from this spring of life, in which the soul is as 21 2, 4 | crystal? Remember, if your life were to end now, you would 22 2, 12 | necessary in every state of life for our help to come from 23 2, 13 | How miserable is this life which we live! As I have 24 2, 14 | as far as his state of life permits, to try to put aside 25 2, 16 | and secretly orders her life in such a way that in the 26 2, 17(38) | See Life, Chapter XIII and Method 27 1, 1(40) | Life, Chaps. XI-XIII; Way of 28 1, 5 | everywhere and gives it life and being. Then the understanding 29 1, 7 | firmly resolved to lose his life and his peace and everything 30 1, 8(44) | Life, Chap. XI. ~ 31 1, 10 | themselves -- even in this life, I mean -- will enjoy many 32 1, 11(49) | Life, Chaps. XI, XIX. ~ 33 1 | we cannot escape in this life of exile, however lofty 34 1, 1 | there is no security in this life, so, whenever I use it, 35 1, 2 | desire such a miserable life as that? It would be impossible 36 1, 2 | Saint Thomas said,57 for life without Thee is nothing 37 1, 3 | security can there be in a life as misspent as mine? And 38 2, 1 | upright and carefully ordered life, both in soul and in body 39 2, 6 | to live as well-ordered a life as they do themselves; all 40 2, 10 | and distractions of this life. But I do not think that 41 2, 12 | to know about them all my life long (and rightly so, though 42 1, 1(78) | outline of St. Teresa's life, Image Books Edition, (Vol. 43 1, 1(78) | correct. The reference is to Life, Chaps. XI-XXVII. ~ 44 1, 3 | continuously in this way during our life of exile. ~ 45 1, 8(87) | Life, Chap. XII. ~ 46 1, 13 | may have to suffer in this life can equal these interior 47 1, 13 | be despised. Even in this life the Lord will free the soul 48 2, 9 | give them to them in this life. The fifth reason is that 49 3, 1(98) | Life, Chap. XVI; Way of perfection, 50 3, 13 | anything beyond the active life. There is room in convents 51 3, 13 | completely ruined. This sort of life will be a great mortification 52 1, 3 | not know if it has still life enough to be able to breathe.112 53 1, 9(123) | this experience of hers in Life, Chap. XVIII (Image Books 54 2, 2 | this seed starts to take life; until it has this sustenance, 55 2, 3 | little worm would lose its life? This alone, sisters, even 56 2, 4 | like the soul which takes life when, through the heat which 57 2, 5 | heard somewhere that our life is hid in Christ, or in 58 2, 5 | same thing), or that our life is Christ.130 (The exact 59 2, 9 | quieter or more at rest in its life! Here is something to praise 60 2, 11 | in the thought that its life in this exile is God's will. 61 2, 12 | depart from this miserable life, would all that suffice? 62 2, 14 | what His Son had in this life: He can grant us no favour 63 2, 14 | wanted to depart from this life more than His Son did? As, 64 2, 15 | Christ have been, and what a life must He have lived, if He 65 3, 1 | begins to lead a careless life and stray from the road 66 3, 1 | long as it leads a good life, and from its own heat new 67 3, 2(137) | St. Teresa herself. Cf. Life, Chap. VII (Image Books 68 3, 4 | peacefully both in this life and in the next as well. 69 3, 6 | see oneself living a new life, whereas our duty now is 70 3, 6 | continue living this present life, and yet to die of our own 71 3, 6(140) | refer to the end of one's life and acá to mean "here and 72 3, 6 | which I have desired all my life; it is for this that I continually 73 3, 6(141) | Spanish can only stand for "life", is presumably meant the 74 3, 7 | has entered the religious life may think he has done everything. 75 3, 11 | belonging to the interior life. Oh, sisters, how clearly 76 4, 3 | what happens in our earthly life when two people are about 77 4, 10 | would be a comfort if our life did not end until the end 78 1, 3 | and who she never in her life supposed would think about 79 1, 4 | over -- they last all one's life long. People warn each other 80 1, 4(153) | St. Teresa herself: cf. Life, Chap. XXVIII. ~ 81 2, 5 | and to grow better all his life long and he will see the 82 4, 2 | which we all have in this life, so that we are apt to think 83 4, 2(164) | Life, Chap. XX; Relations, V. ~ 84 4, 3 | fire and springs into new life. One may piously believe 85 4, 10 | while we are still in this life, what are we doing about 86 4, 13 | doing so, to give fuller life to the soul. Complete ecstasy, 87 4, 16(173)| Cf. Life, Chap. XXXI [Image Books 88 5, 1(175) | Teresa explains here, in Life, Chap. XX, and in Relations, 89 5, 7 | any to be found in this life that, if he had been imagining 90 5, 7 | similar things, all his life long, it would have been 91 6, 1 | of their Giver that its life becomes sheer, though delectable, 92 6, 1 | exile. Everything in this life that it sees wearies it; 93 6, 4 | O Lord, and let not her life be spent in things so base. 94 6, 9(184) | Cf. Life, Chap. XVIII: Image Books 95 6, 11 | Alcántara. Judging from the life he led, I think he is certainly 96 6, 12 | times and miserable is the life which we now live, and happy 97 7 | most sacred Passion and life, and His glorious Mother 98 7, 6(186) | Life, Chap. XXII. ~ 99 7, 6(187) | Life, Chaps. XXII-XXIV. ~ 100 7, 8 | mysteries of the Passion and the life of Christ, as they could 101 7, 10 | and in meditating upon His life and death, and upon all 102 7, 11 | mysteries of His whole glorious life. Or we begin with the prayer 103 7, 14 | beginning of the spiritual life, or even when well advanced 104 7, 14 | have said elsewhere.196 For life is long and there are many 105 8, 0(198) | intellectual vision, see Life, Chaps. XXVII, XXVIII. ~ 106 8, 3 | effects upon the interior life as could not occur if it 107 8, 3(199) | Cf. Life, Chap. XXVII.] ~ 108 8, 7 | and to devote its whole life to His honour and glory; 109 8, 9 | seeing you are leading a good life, she may think your soul 110 9, 7 | have felt like this all my life. How much more will anyone 111 9, 7(202) | artificial. See Introduction, Life; Image Books Edition, pp. 112 9, 13(203)| note on this phrase, The Life of Teresa of Avila, trans. 113 9, 13(203)| referred to was P. Báñez: cf. Life, Chap. XXIX, Foundations, 114 9, 15 | thinking upon Him or upon His life and Passion recalls His 115 11 | impetuous that they endanger its life. Treats also of the profit 116 11, 5 | and indeed had spent her life doing so; but now she no 117 11, 6 | would suffer it all its life long, although this would 118 11, 7 | suffer -- in so short a life as this which will matter 119 11, 8 | hearing some words about 'life not ending".208 She was 120 11, 8(208) | as our text suggests, to "life not ending", but this is 121 1, 6(218) | here: "Though man in this life, if so raised by God, may 122 1, 11 | subtle things in the interior life that it would be presumptuous 123 1, 11 | shall see everything in the life to come if the Lord, of 124 2, 5 | because Christ is now its life. ~ 125 2, 6 | that it is endowed with life by God. Very often these 126 2, 6 | help uttering, such as: "O life of my life, and sustenance 127 2, 6 | such as: "O life of my life, and sustenance that sustaineth 128 2, 6 | these arrows and thus gives life to this life, and that there 129 2, 6 | thus gives life to this life, and that there is a sun 130 3, 1 | Let us see what her new life is like, and how different 131 3, 2 | there is either heaven or life or honour for her, so entirely 132 3, 2 | would gladly lay down her life. ~ 133 3, 8 | Who now lives in them. His life, of course, was nothing 134 3, 8 | and so He is making our life the same, at least as far 135 3, 14 | true, but because in this life war might always begin again 136 4, 4 | greater for us than grant us a life which is an imitation of 137 4, 5 | trials? We can see in his life the effects of genuine visions 138 4, 11 | the whole body. In this life, then, the soul has a very 139 4, 11 | up in such luxury all her life long; there was also that 140 4, 13 | making this change in her life! Such wicked people as we 141 4, 13 | hated, to call to mind the life which she had lived and 142 4, 13 | The later years of her life, too, during which she was 143 4, 15 | the whole of this short life, which for any one of you


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