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St. Teresa of Avila
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   Part, Chapter
1 0, 35| in the assumption of his having made these corrections; 2 0, 38| there is no record of her having been at Segovia in 1577. ~ 3 0, 47| still be the better for having tried, even if this writing 4 0, 49| me with it could be their having as little understanding 5 1, 9 | we are really grieved at having offended Him. ~ 6 1, 1 | will see the importance of having overcome in your past battles; 7 1, 3 | Mercy, and, as I cannot help having been what I have, there 8 1, 7 | wear the religious habit, having taken it of our own will 9 1, 4 | to feel satisfaction79 at having worked in such a way. But, 10 3, 3 | Saint Augustine, who, after having sought Him in many places, 11 3, 9 | misery of his own condition; having now tasted the consolations 12 2, 9 | firmly; now it is grieved at having even to fulfil its obligations 13 3, 2 | happened,137 and who, though having herself gone far astray 14 3, 11| God save us from having to listen to them then! 15 1, 4 | The third reason is that, having seen others helped by observing 16 1, 12| experience of enduring it, and of having found itself completely 17 2, 2 | affliction. It is conscious of having been most delectably wounded, 18 4, 3 | moved with compassion at having seen the soul suffering 19 4, 8 | of; I can only remember having seen them as a whole.169 20 4, 10| nothing by comparison with having for our own the Lord of 21 4, 16| confusion caused them by having to suffer before others 22 6, 1 | HAVING won such great favours, 23 6, 7 | make an end of weeping, having come to believe that tears 24 6, 8 | I am not talking without having observed this in certain 25 6, 9 | wear ourselves out without having discovered so much as a 26 7, 2 | of God. It is aghast at having been so bold; it weeps for 27 7, 16| impossible always to be having consolations, my thoughts 28 8, 2 | what the vision was, not having seen anything. She realized 29 8, 8 | you must not presume upon having received these favours and 30 9, 2 | it any the less for not having seen it, because we have 31 9, 22| merit no more glory for having received many of these favours; 32 10, 4 | they will try to profit by having it habitually present in 33 10, 7 | without, I believe, my having previously thought of it -- 34 11, 10| experienced these seem nothing. Having gained so much, the soul 35 1, 5 | and so prevents it from having any sense of how or in what 36 1, 8 | not leave her, and that, having granted her this favour, 37 2, 6 | never fall on us without having an origin somewhere, as 38 3, 1 | now died, full of joy at having found rest, and within her 39 3, 3 | to eat and sleep (though having to do this is no little 40 3, 10| apart from that of its having committed itself wholly 41 4, 3 | the Scriptures describe as having been favoured of the Lord -- 42 4, 14| we may rest content with having desired the impossible.


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