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St. Teresa of Avila
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1 0, 9 | comfortable room. When the little party of nuns, half frozen 2 0, 47 | I really think I have little to say that I have not already 3 0, 47 | am afraid that I shall do little but repeat myself, for I 4 0, 49 | her to praise Him ever so little better. His Majesty well 5 0, 49 | could be their having as little understanding as I have 6 1, 2 | and should cause us no little shame, that, through our 7 1, 2 | consider and so we trouble little about carefully preserving 8 2, 7 | mind that anyone with as little learning as I will be sure 9 2, 7 | have to do and say very little about the work done by the 10 2, 7 | which is within us and is so little understood by mortals, although 11 2, 8 | practises prayer, whether little or much, should be subjected 12 2, 8 | than if we stay in our own little plot of ground and tie ourselves 13 2, 12 | their own servants have little strength for defending themselves. 14 2, 16 | that she would think any little fault on the part of the 15 1, 1 | there. I want to say very little to you about this, because 16 1, 4 | least it could hear very little, and so it offered less 17 1, 11 | soul will keep on losing a little more every day -- please 18 2, 2 | withdraws His help from them a little -- and no more than that 19 2, 12 | suppose that it matters little whether or no we do what 20 2, 13 | have said, He shows them no little mercy in bringing them to 21 2, 13 | the world, and realize how little need there is to fear them 22 1, 1 | Although I think I have now a little more light upon these favours 23 1, 6 | result of passion85. I know little about these passions of 24 1, 9(89)| expressive phrase: "so like a little tórtola (turtle-dove)" -- 25 1, 11 | downward; and a host of little birds seem to be whistling, 26 1, 15 | though this will be of little help to you until the Lord 27 2, 2 | I believe that in every little thing created by God there 28 2, 5 | creatures go about like silly little shepherd-boys, thinking 29 2, 5 | even considering how very little we can learn to know of 30 3, 2(99)| There is little doubt that St. Teresa is 31 3, 9 | things are mere refuse; so, little by little, he withdraws 32 3, 9 | mere refuse; so, little by little, he withdraws from them 33 3, 11 | spiritual", and which is a little more marked than the condition 34 3, 13 | last long, but only for a little while. Although the soul 35 1, 3 | back nothing; whether it be little or much, He will have it 36 1, 4 | creatures to enter, a few little lizards, being very agile, 37 1, 4 | they correspond to the little thoughts which proceed from 38 1, 9 | understanding of it he knew as little of it as she), told her 39 2, 2 | making themselves very tight little cocoons, in which they bury 40 2, 3 | such an enterprise the poor little worm would lose its life? 41 2, 4 | concerns me now: the rest is of little importance. ~ 42 2, 5 | exact form of this131 is little to my purpose.) ~ 43 2, 6 | ourselves, just as these little silkworms do. And, before 44 2, 7 | His greatness as is this little worm in its cocoon. Note 45 2, 8 | the world, it comes out a little white butterfly. Oh, greatness 46 2, 9 | the restlessness of this little butterfly -- though it has 47 2, 9 | desires. It even attaches little importance to what the saints 48 2, 10 | realize that I have said very little. It is not surprising, then, 49 2, 10 | surprising, then, that, as this little butterfly feels a stranger 50 2, 10 | But where will the poor little creature go? It cannot return 51 2, 11 | God is offended, and how little esteemed, in this world, 52 2, 13 | the Bride (I said this a little while back,134 though not 53 2, 15 | a soul which has so very little charity by comparison with 54 3, 1 | LET us now return to our little dove, and see something 55 3, 3 | this Mansion seems to me a little obscure. There is a great 56 3, 7 | there are always a few little worms which do not reveal 57 3, 12 | been feeling, I realize how little they understand of the road 58 4, 1 | anxious now to learn what this little dove is doing, and where 59 4, 1 | sisters, however, that matters little. ~ 60 4, 2 | will say more about this little butterfly, which never rests -- 61 4, 7 | understand, are not wrong; little by little he darkens its 62 4, 7 | are not wrong; little by little he darkens its understanding, 63 1, 4 | them do to others. It cares little about being dishonoured 64 1, 5 | soul has learned to care little about this, it cares very 65 1, 11 | misery and realized how little we can do of ourselves if 66 1, 13 | soul thus forsaken, and how little, as I have said, can it 67 2, 1 | WE seem to have left the little dove a long way behind, 68 3, 4 | In such cases it matters little from whom they proceed or 69 3, 4 | because they will have little power of their own. ~ 70 3, 17 | restlessness and turmoil. He can do little or no harm if the soul is 71 4, 1 | much rest can this poor little butterfly have amid all 72 4, 9 | He is showing her some little part of the kingdom which 73 4, 13 | sometimes remain active a little longer, it cannot possibly 74 4, 13 | profound suspension lifts a little, the body seems to come 75 4, 15 | it does it counts as very little, for its love is so strong 76 5, 1 | you suppose it causes but little perturbation to a person 77 5, 3 | powerful a wave that this little ship -- our soul -- is lifted 78 5, 5 | itself, it realizes what a little it is doing towards the 79 5, 5 | obligations and how feeble is that little which it does do and how 80 6, 1 | without it. In short, this little butterfly can find no lasting 81 6, 4 | Oh, poor little butterfly, bound by so many 82 6, 4 | soul might praise Thee a little more. She would consider 83 8, 5 | His companionship are of little avail, for the Lord gives 84 8, 8 | you, for fancy can have little effect on your soul, either 85 8, 9 | if the confessor has had little experience and treats the 86 8, 10 | and purity of conscience. Little, however, can be known with 87 9, 5 | they would be thought very little of for what they are, but 88 9, 6 | O, Lord, how little do we Christians know Thee! 89 9, 9 | the possibility of doubt. Little by little they build up 90 9, 9 | possibility of doubt. Little by little they build up the picture 91 10, 5 | And then I reflect how little we understand of this Sovereign 92 10, 8 | In my opinion, there is little scope here either for the 93 11, 1 | sufficient to satisfy this little dove or butterfly (do not 94 11, 4 | if the flame were only a little stronger, God would have 95 11, 4 | anything if it were cut into little pieces. ~ 96 11, 6 | lovers! Yet all this is very little by comparison with what 97 11, 11 | would really bring it no little happiness. ~ 98 1, 2 | praised and understood a little better. At all events I 99 1, 5 | part. Actually it matters little what happens: whatever it 100 2, 5 | for it is here that the little butterfly to which we have 101 2, 6 | river, in which this tiny little spring is swallowed up, 102 2, 8 | confused when it sees how little it is able to do and how 103 3, 1 | we are saying, then, this little butterfly has now died, 104 3, 3 | having to do this is no little torment to her), or to do 105 3, 3 | regards exterior ones there is little to be said. Her great grief 106 3, 7 | especially when they see how little they are doing to serve 107 3, 11 | look, as it were, through a little chink, at what is passing. 108 3, 12 | music. Previously, the poor little butterfly was always so 109 4, 2 | for a single day, or a little longer, at the most -- and 110 4, 6 | Oh, my sisters, how little one should think about resting, 111 4, 6 | think about resting, and how little one should care about honours, 112 4, 7 | God. It will profit me a little if I am alone and deeply 113 4, 7 | I said it will profit me little, for anyone who is with 114 4, 7 | everything at once must progress little by little. If she wishes 115 4, 7 | must progress little by little. If she wishes to find help 116 4, 7 | her own will and in these little nooks of ours there will 117 4, 11 | they must have endured no little suffering. ~ 118 4, 17 | confess it has cost me very little. And considering how strictly


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