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1 0, 9 | where he had arrived some time previously, and, as was 2 0, 10 | soul in grace. Just at that time she was commanded to write 3 0, 13 | found in her Life, at that time in the hands of the Inquisitors.4 4 0, 15 | correct, and yet at the same time more natural and flexible, 5 0, 17 | compelled to remain for a long time in one single room". But 6 0, 19 | So they stay for a long time in the Mansions of Humility, 7 0, 20 | SECOND MANSIONS. But all the time the soul is anxious to penetrate 8 0, 23 | in which, for the first time, the faculties of the soul 9 0, 24 | other for long periods at a time, and as they grow in intimacy 10 0, 30 | into chapters. But by the time the manuscript was completed 11 0, 33 | striking thing that, at a time when such care had perforce 12 0, 36 | and the large amount of time taken up by other activities, 13 0, 37 | October. This meant that the time actually spent in writing 14 0, 38 | quote one witness. "At the time when our holy Mother was 15 0, 39 | in his turn gave it for a time to M. María de San José, 16 0, 40 | presumably because at that time the autograph had none. 17 1, 6 | A short time ago I was told by a very 18 1, 6 | grown to living all the time with the reptiles and other 19 1, 8 | they are thinking all the time of their preoccupations, 20 1, 8 | their heart also.27 From time to time, however, they shake 21 1, 8 | heart also.27 From time to time, however, they shake their 22 2, 6 | two things, sisters, the time you have spent in reading 23 2, 6 | reading all this, and the time I have spent in writing 24 2, 8 | compelled to remain for a long time in one single room -- not, 25 2, 14 | things, it cannot, at some time or another, escape being 26 1, 2 | souls have a much harder time than those in the first 27 1, 2 | I say they have a harder time because the souls in the 28 1, 3 | He calls us ceaselessly, time after time, to approach 29 1, 3 | ceaselessly, time after time, to approach Him; and this 30 1, 6 | suffer great trials at this time, especially if the devil 31 1, 10 | my sisters, and many a time He spoke words of peace 32 1, 10 | realize that to fall a second time is worse than to fall once. 33 1, 11 | for longer periods at a time. So I will say no more about 34 1, 4 | recollection; they use their time well; they practise works 35 1, 7 | the truth,71 for all the time He lived in the world He 36 2, 6 | the same persons who some time ago were meditating upon 37 2, 8 | getting fatigued all the time -- for, believe me, it is 38 1, 2 | must have lived for a long time in the others; as a rule 39 1, 10 | lost, and have misused the time that we are spending in 40 1, 11 | held this view for a long time, for the spirit seems to 41 1, 15 | not seem to me a waste of time if I go into it farther 42 2, 1 | it until a more suitable time, and, as I have a poor memory, 43 2, 3 | water is flowing all the time. The difference between 44 3, 7 | though for a very short time. ~ 45 3, 11 | nothing but wasting their time at it and ruining their 46 1, 3 | in fact, for the short time that the condition lasts, 47 1, 9 | saying that it saw it at the time,121 but that it sees it 48 2, 8 | with Him, for so short a time -- never, I think, for as 49 2, 9 | wine which almost every time has brought it some new 50 3, 5 | soul and lasts for a long time. They are griefs which pass 51 4, 3 | over in the very shortest time. All giving and taking have 52 4, 3 | in the briefest space of time. But the Spouse, being Who 53 4, 3(148)| word "take" (tomar each time in the Spanish) is of course 54 4, 9 | We must strive all the time to advance, and, if we are 55 1, 2 | much if souls which from time to time really taste the 56 1, 2 | souls which from time to time really taste the things 57 1, 3 | grants such favours, at a time when everything really seems 58 1, 4 | itself, for only a short time previously it saw itself 59 1, 14 | goes on for a very long time?155 If she prays, she might 60 1, 14 | mental prayer at such a time is certainly impossible -- 61 2, 4 | sometimes it lasts for a long time, while sometimes it comes 62 2, 4 | for a certain length of time, it goes and comes again; 63 3, 1 | reason I will spend a short time in describing it. This awakening 64 3, 3 | that such people have less time for prayer, and also that, 65 3, 7 | the memory for a very long time: some, indeed, never vanish 66 3, 7 | badly astray. It may be some time since it heard the words; 67 3, 7 | certainty which it had at the time that they came from God 68 3, 7 | imagination. Yet at the time it had no such doubts and 69 4, 8 | Although I was there for some time, there was so much to be 70 4, 10 | for delaying even a short time instead of seeking this 71 4, 13 | This lasts only for a short time (I mean, only for a short 72 4, 13 | short period at any one time) because, when this profound 73 5, 6 | and keep trying all the time to realize our poverty and 74 5, 7 | as if he had spent a long time in their company. ~ 75 6, 5 | I take it, occurs at a time when the Lord leaves it 76 6, 7 | of tears -- and for some time they cannot refrain from 77 6, 10 | of safety, at least for a time. And, for my own part, I 78 6, 11 | those who heard him from time to time called him mad. 79 6, 11 | who heard him from time to time called him mad. Oh, what 80 7, 2 | be more oppressive at one time than at another, and also 81 7, 2 | through the soul and from time to time bringing these favours 82 7, 2 | the soul and from time to time bringing these favours with 83 7, 6 | Christ, because by that time he will be wholly proficient 84 7, 8 | Mansions, and it will only lose time by attempting it, for the 85 7, 10 | be so foolish as to lose time by waiting to receive what 86 7, 14 | enjoying these gifts all the time. Let them take my advice, 87 7, 14 | frequent that there is not time for everything. If anyone 88 7, 15 | Apostles could not at that time have been as firm in the 89 7, 16 | and losing a great deal of time, without advancing in the 90 7, 16 | regretting that there was once a time when I failed to realize 91 9, 4 | for a certain length of time, it can no more be gazing 92 9, 4 | be gazing at it all the time than it could keep gazing 93 9, 7 | long this may take us, the time will be but short by comparison 94 9, 8 | able to remain for a long time looking upon the Lord, I 95 9, 10 | and for a certain space of time it enjoys the complete certainty 96 9, 11 | and even to wait for some time to see what results these 97 9, 18 | much about it that after a time they begin to dream of it. ~ 98 10, 1 | delight in it and at the same time may comfort it. There is 99 10, 5 | many questions, and at the time of His Passion said to Him: '" 100 11, 2 | reduced to powder. During the time that it lasts we cannot 101 11, 4 | it lasts only for a short time, it leaves the limbs quite 102 11, 5 | completely. Down to this time she had been able to do 103 11, 8 | this state only for a short time (three or four hours at 104 11, 8 | engaged in conversation at the time -- it was the last day of 105 11, 9 | you to see that, if at any time you should find yourselves 106 1, 3 | realizing that there was a time when we were ourselves like 107 1, 8 | good reason, though all the time she is walking more carefully 108 2, 1 | this favour for the first time, His Majesty is pleased 109 2, 1 | and told her that it was time she took upon her His affairs 110 2, 4 | the soul remains all the time in that centre with its 111 2, 6 | This, with the passage of time, becomes more evident through 112 2, 6 | soul enjoys, so that, from time to time, there should flow 113 2, 6 | enjoys, so that, from time to time, there should flow from 114 3, 9 | For now is the accepted time: He seems indeed to be listening 115 3, 10 | disturbance in it which at one time or another have occurred 116 3, 11 | is only for a very brief time. The faculties, I think, 117 4, 1 | invariably present all the time; it is for this reason that, 118 4, 1 | themselves on them for the time during which they have not 119 4, 2 | this lasts only for a short time -- for a single day, or 120 4, 11 | the soul has a very bad time, for, however much it accomplishes, 121 4, 12 | best we shall waste our time: it would certainly be a 122 4, 17 | walk about in it at any time without asking leave from


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