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St. Teresa of Avila
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1 0, 30 | parts of the book as she thought best. The titles of these 2 0, 49 | them. For this reason he thought that it would be rather 3 1, 1 | upon me by obedience, a thought occurred to me which I will 4 1, 7 | only because they have been thought about previously; if a man 5 2, 5 | action, she never gave a thought to herself at all. ~ 6 2, 6 | they possess may not be thought less of, or perhaps He will 7 2, 13 | see that things which we thought impossible are possible 8 1 | from learning how different thought is from understanding. This 9 1, 9 | understand by experience that thought (or, to put it more clearly, 10 1, 9 | faculties of the soul, as I thought, occupied with God and recollected 11 1, 9 | recollected in Him, and the thought, on the other hand, confused 12 1, 10 | so we cannot restrain our thought. And then we send all the 13 1, 10 | near His presence, while thought remains in the outskirts 14 2, 10 | because it must not be in thought alone, for thoughts often 15 3, 5 | caused it by cessation from thought. The Lord wishes us rather 16 3, 6 | makes in order to cease from thought will perhaps awaken thought 17 3, 6 | thought will perhaps awaken thought and cause it to think a 18 3, 7 | understanding, nor to cease from all thought, though it is well for it 19 3, 7 | be striving to cease from thought, such cessation often comes, 20 1, 3 | method of suspending the thought. Even in loving, if it is 21 1, 3 | describe them to you, if I thought I could do so successfully. 22 2, 11 | finds can only be in the thought that its life in this exile 23 2, 15 | I have often thought about this: I know that 24 3, 12 | to indulge in a moment's thought, lest they should lose the 25 4, 5 | agency of a single soul, the thought of the thousands converted 26 4, 8 | and in our desire to be thought least of, and in ordinary 27 1, 3 | Then people whom she had thought her friends abandon her 28 1, 9 | followed immediately by the thought that she cannot be describing 29 1, 10 | after it had passed away, thought that the oppression must 30 3, 9 | that He should never be thought false, since He is Supreme 31 3, 14 | to things which one never thought would or could happen, so 32 3, 17 | know that this person has thought it all over very carefully, 33 3, 19 | speaks, inhibits all other thought and compels attention to 34 3, 19 | pay no heed and occupy his thought and understanding with something 35 3, 19 | the power to refrain from thought; we can only think of what 36 4, 2 | various reasons it has been thought immaterial if I should repeat 37 4, 4 | not yet reached it, I have thought it best to separate them. ~ 38 5, 5 | needs great courage, for the thought is one which makes it very 39 5, 7 | into his imagination and thought, he could not succeed with 40 5, 9 | I have often thought that if the sun can remain 41 7, 3 | constant distress at the thought of her ingratitude to One 42 7, 3 | debts were so great. She thought nobody's evil deeds could 43 7, 4 | sorely oppressed by the thought that they may lose God, 44 7, 5 | forgotten our sins; in fact the thought of so much goodness and 45 7, 7(189)| which clearly interrupt the thought of the passage] are in the 46 7, 16 | understood it, because I thought I was on the proper road, 47 8, 2 | favour, which it has never thought it can possibly deserve, 48 8, 7 | God and its fixing of the thought on Him would make the devil 49 8, 9 | she finds that what she thought was secret has become public, 50 9, 5 | do: indeed, they would be thought very little of for what 51 9, 7 | nothing by comparison with the thought of the wrath which the damned 52 9, 10 | to see anything and the thought of such a thing has never 53 9, 13 | This learned man thought that the counsel, given 54 9, 14 | obey him, and would have thought herself a lost soul unless 55 10, 3 | within God. Oh, fearful thought, worthy of deep consideration 56 10, 7 | believe, my having previously thought of it -- the following reason 57 11, 2 | happens that a mere fleeting thought of some kind (there is no 58 1, 2 | so much afraid it will be thought that my knowledge of it 59 1, 2 | do for what I am, such a thought is terrible. On the other 60 2, 9 | was saying, it must not be thought that the faculties and senses 61 3, 7 | with tender longing to the thought of enjoying God and desire 62 3, 8 | proceeds neither from the thought nor from the memory, nor 63 3, 15 | so great a blessing? The thought makes them walk the more 64 4, 3 | proof against them; and the thought that they may commit some 65 4, 6 | think of itself; its whole thought will be concentrated upon


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