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1 0, 22 | of Quiet, or the Second Water, in the Life. The soul is 2 0, 22 | near its source and the water of life flows into it, not 3 0, 23 | described elsewhere as the Third Water, the Spiritual Betrothal, 4 2, 2 | pitch-black, evil-smelling water, it produces nothing but 5 1, 11 | and then as if all the water in those rivers came suddenly 6 2, 2 | which can be filled with water. There are certain spiritual 7 2, 2 | than by this element of water; for, as I am very ignorant, 8 2, 3 | basins can be filled with water in different ways: the water 9 2, 3 | water in different ways: the water in the one comes from a 10 2, 3 | at the very source of the water and fills without making 11 2, 3 | any noise. If the flow of water is abundant, as in the case 12 2, 3 | have to be made, for the water is flowing all the time. 13 2, 3 | and the carrying of the water by means of conduits is, 14 2, 4 | To the other fountain the water comes direct from its source, 15 2, 4 | completely filled, and then this water begins to overflow all the 16 2, 6 | apparently, as this heavenly water begins to flow from this 17 2, 9 | labouring in vain; for this water does not flow through conduits, 18 2, 9 | we cannot produce this water in those ways; it is given 19 2, 9(97)| squeeze out a drop of this water.] ~ 20 3, 8 | coming through conduits, the water springs directly from its 21 3, 9 | soul takes place, as if the water proceeding from the spring 22 3, 9 | that, the more freely the water flowed, the larger became 23 5, 3 | I think that basin of water, of which we spoke in (I 24 5, 3 | loosed the sources whence water has been coming into this 25 6, 9 | do, because they are the water which comes from Heaven.184 26 6, 9 | When we ourselves draw water, we tire ourselves by digging 27 6, 9 | digging for it, and the water we get is not the same; 28 6, 9 | discovered so much as a pool of water, still less a wellspring. 29 6, 9 | He wills, whether it be water or aridity. He knows best 30 11, 5 | thirst, yet cannot reach the water; and the thirst is not a 31 11, 5 | quenched, except with that water of which Our Lord spoke 32 11, 6 | is no more than a drop of water in the sea. So true is this 33 2, 4 | spring; there is nothing but water there and it is impossible 34 2, 4 | to divide or separate the water belonging to the river from 35 2, 6 | swallowed up, a stream of this water, to sustain those who in 36 2, 6 | suddenly plunged into such water would become aware of it, 37 2, 6 | just as a great stream of water could never fall on us without 38 2, 8 | planted by the streams of water is fresher and gives more 39 2, 8 | made one with the celestial water of which we have been speaking? ~


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