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St. Teresa of Avila
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explain

   Part, Chapter
1 0, 49| rather important if I could explain things clearly to them and 2 1, 9 | other way in which I can explain to you some ideas I have 3 1, 9 | something about them; for to explain to you what I should like 4 2, 7 | is for you that I should explain certain interior matters 5 2, 7 | to them, I shall have to explain many things that are well 6 2, 14| rather (I hardly know how to explain myself) because there are 7 2, 16| the beginning. In order to explain this better I want to give 8 1, 4 | return to what I had begun to explain concerning the souls that 9 1, 8 | jumbled state, for I cannot explain them better; the Lord will 10 1, 1 | this is most difficult to explain unless His Majesty takes 11 1, 1 | different thing to know how to explain them. May His Majesty undertake 12 1, 5 | meaning plain: may the Lord explain it for me! ~ 13 1, 6 | experience, this will suffice to explain the difference between the 14 1, 6 | make the thing clear, and explain what proceeds from sensuality 15 1, 6 | am very stupid; I could explain this state if only I could 16 1, 7 | wish, however, that I could explain the difference between them. 17 1, 11| Please God I may remember to explain the cause of this when I 18 1, 13| it please God, we shall explain. ~ 19 2, 5 | since realized and as I will explain hereafter. I certainly find 20 3, 1 | numerous; some of them I shall explain. First of all, I will say 21 3, 2 | above itself;99 but I cannot explain things in that kind of language, 22 3, 2 | figure that I have taken to explain my meaning) have gone out 23 3, 3 | discover what I mean: I cannot explain it better. I think I have 24 3, 8 | the kind which I began to explain in this Mansion). With it 25 1 | CHAPTER I ~Begins to explain how in prayer the soul is 26 1, 1 | comparisons will avail to explain them, for earthly things 27 1, 2 | ourselves. This I should like to explain if the Lord is pleased to 28 2, 1 | In order the better to explain this, I will make use of 29 4, 2 | I want to explain to you still further what 30 4, 2 | other which will better explain what I am trying to say 31 4, 10| pleased to enable me to explain something of these difficult 32 1, 16| of them all, or even to explain their nature. For they are 33 1, 16| I have not been able to explain myself in greater detail, 34 1, 16| less shall I be able to explain these others. The Lord give 35 2, 3 | every nerve,158 sisters, to explain to you this operation of 36 3, 5 | which follow them. I will explain myself further. A soul is 37 3, 12| the nature of which I will explain later. So far down in the 38 3, 17| I shall never be able to explain, much more can be understood 39 3, 19| what I have attempted to explain and that I may have given 40 4, 6 | intellectual vision. I shall explain this in due course, as I 41 4, 9 | learning and am too stupid to explain anything; and I am quite 42 7, 6 | otherwise. I will try to explain myself better than I did 43 7, 9 | is important, so I will explain it further. The soul is 44 7, 11| sufficiently to be able to explain it; but I will deal with 45 10, 1 | my intention is only to explain in turn the different experiences 46 10, 2 | to draw a comparison to explain this, for, although it is 47 11, 1 | distress, as I will now explain. I have spoken of years, 48 11, 7 | you it is impossible to explain to anyone who has not experienced 49 1, 6 | and speak to the soul and explain to it those words which


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