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St. Teresa of Avila
Interior Castle

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1 0, 9 | story of how she came to write the Interior Castle. The 2 0, 10 | time she was commanded to write a treatise on prayer, about 3 0, 13 | was that she undertook to write another book in which she 4 0, 13 | and of other things, and write a fresh book and expound 5 0, 13 | this way that I told her to write this Book of the Mansions, 6 0, 14 | Why do they want me to write things?" she would ask. " 7 0, 29 | in it. St. Teresa did not write it in any sense as a spiritual 8 0, 37(10)| 264, below. Some critics write as if there were an interruption 9 0, 46 | I find it troublesome to write even about necessary business. 10 0, 47 | I have been commanded to write; indeed, I am afraid that 11 0, 47 | but repeat myself, for I write as mechanically14 as birds 12 0, 47 | delighted if I could manage to write down a few of the things 13 0, 48 | who have commanded me to write, and who are persons of 14 0, 49 | person who commanded me to write that, as the nuns of these 15 0, 49 | be addressing in what I write -- and also because it seems 16 1, 3 | daughters, I am so fearful as I write this that, when it comes 17 1, 7 | way He has served us70 (I write this word reluctantly, but 18 1, 7(71) | Gracián deleted the words "I write . . . truth" but Ribera 19 2, 11 | think about this when I write about the fourth Mansions, 20 2, 12 | person who commanded me to write, for I am under an obligation 21 1, 11 | As I write this, the noises in my head 22 1, 11 | those who commanded me to write. My head sounds just as 23 1, 3 | successfully. I do not mind if I write any amount of nonsense, 24 1, 3 | just once in a way I can write sense, so that we may give 25 3, 8 | causes me real distress to write in this way because I know 26 4, 1 | and find an opportunity to write about it, for almost five 27 4, 9 | that I was commanded to write this so that we shall forget 28 4, 12 | great things of God (come to write about them, I mean), I cannot 29 6, 6 | desires, of which I shall write later, which cannot possibly 30 7, 6 | explained it more fully; to write about it in a general way 31 11, 4 | not the strength even to write; in fact the body seems 32 4, 17 | Although when I began to write what I have set down here


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