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St. Teresa of Avila
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1 0, 26 | clarity, St. Teresa makes it quite plain that she does not 2 0, 32 | critics well enough to be quite frank with them, and as 3 0, 47 | occasions; and I should be quite satisfied with this, for 4 2, 6 | and learned men know them quite well, but we women are slow 5 2, 8(33)| meaning however, seems to me quite clearly the opposite of 6 2, 14 | from doing so, and seems quite unable to free itself from 7 1, 1 | in a different form, I am quite sure you would not mind, 8 1, 4 | call; for His Majesty is quite prepared to wait for many 9 1, 8 | All other things are of quite secondary importance: if 10 1, 9 | shall say later, you may be quite sure that this comprises 11 1, 3 | been very holy. That is quite right of you: I should like 12 2, 11 | inward discouragement -- quite unnecessarily, however, 13 1, 2 | experienced person will understand quite well, especially if his 14 1, 3 | if they do, they prove quite harmless -- in fact they 15 1, 4 | it by our labours. We are quite right to feel satisfaction79 16 1, 6(85)| copy. They are, however, quite legible. ~ 17 1, 11 | and love in my soul are quite unaffected, and so are its 18 2, 1 | have embarked upon.94 I had quite forgotten what I was writing 19 2, 1(94)| The original is quite colloquial: "in the mess 20 3, 3 | What I am describing is quite different. These people 21 3, 4 | in the same words; it is quite clear from what he says 22 3, 5 | do so. But if we are not quite sure that the King has heard 23 3, 10 | especial love, but this is quite sufficient to make him do 24 3, 10 | produce these effects, but quite contrary ones. ~ 25 3, 12 | confessor and other people and, quite involuntarily, deceived 26 1, 1 | for earthly things are quite insufficient for this purpose. 27 1, 2 | hidden treasure, since it is quite true that we have it within 28 1, 6 | to-day, and I think it is quite decisive. In difficult matters, 29 1, 6 | greatness, for they know quite well that He is capable 30 1, 7 | intervention on our part is quite unnecessary; rather must 31 1, 8 | has received it (and this quite apart from the effects which 32 1, 9 | however hard we work, are quite incapable of achieving it, 33 2, 8 | this state of prayer, and quite dead to the world, it comes 34 2, 8 | meant to say, for it knows quite well that it has not merited 35 3, 3 | hope; for true union can quite well be achieved, with the 36 3, 9 | we are, but we can know quite well if we are loving our 37 3, 11 | and then try to conceal quite a slight failure. Oh, and 38 3, 11 | genuine act of the will is quite another matter); they must 39 4, 2 | spiritual: corporeal union is quite another thing and the spiritual 40 4, 3 | His Majesty, Who will know quite well if this is the case, 41 1, 4 | mentioned. For the soul sees quite clearly that if there is 42 1, 5 | its great advantage. Being quite clear about this, it conceives 43 1, 10 | her. For, although she was quite able to read, she found 44 2, 2 | For often when a person is quite unprepared for such a thing, 45 2, 8 | methods of awakening the soul. Quite unexpectedly, when engaged 46 3, 7 | although sometimes they seem quite impossible of fulfilment, 47 3, 17 | between them, and have been quite unable to get the matter 48 3, 18 | is not of God; for it is quite certain that, when it is 49 4, 2 | will all think courage is quite unnecessary and suppose 50 4, 9 | explain anything; and I am quite clear that, if what I have 51 5, 3 | exterior senses, however, are quite unaffected by this. ~ 52 7, 8 | reason for this, but it is quite a common experience in such 53 7, 11 | with the understanding and quite another for the memory to 54 7, 13 | own will. I consider it quite certain that this method 55 8, 2 | thing, but she understood quite clearly that it was this 56 8, 3 | she wished, but did so at quite unexpected times, when it 57 8, 3 | is indescribable. It is quite as unmistakable, however, 58 8, 4 | everything. For though we know quite well that God is present 59 9, 5 | for He reveals Himself quite clearly as the Lord of Heaven 60 9, 10 | we are discussing here is quite different. The soul is very 61 9, 11 | misgivings about it, and quite justifiably. So they have 62 9, 17 | is that such a person is quite certain to be deceived, 63 11, 2 | fire, the heat of which is quite bearable, though it causes 64 11, 4 | time, it leaves the limbs quite disjointed, and, for as 65 11, 4 | up to God. It really is quite as bad as this. For, while 66 11, 6 | dying, for it is really quite as bad as that. ~ 67 11, 9 | should in fact die. It is quite evident that this fear comes 68 11, 12 | We can"; and we should be quite right to do so, for His 69 1, 7 | left her, and perceives quite clearly, in the way I have 70 2, 2 | different that it left her quite confused and dismayed: for 71 2, 7 | celestial union. For it is quite certain that, when we empty 72 3, 8 | described, so that it sees quite clearly that this impulse, 73 3, 10 | here, as I have said, come quite independently of the acts 74 3, 12 | And I am quite dazed myself when I observe 75 4, 11 | It is quite certain that, with the strength 76 4, 19 | know Him better, you can be quite sure that it is His Majesty


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