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St. Teresa of Avila
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1 1 | help of which this may be understood; describes the benefit which 2 1, 3 | between them, so far as I have understood this to be possible, for 3 2 | sense the Mansions are to be understood.~ 4 2, 7 | within us and is so little understood by mortals, although many 5 2, 7 | written, I do not think I have understood some of them, especially 6 1, 1 | I described as much as I understood of the subject, about fourteen 7 3, 3 | whoever wrote that must have understood it well. These creatures, 8 3, 9 | mountain. It must not be understood, however, that all these 9 3, 12 | there was one person who understood her. I believe the devil 10 3, 13 | It must be understood that although, when this 11 1, 4(115)| marginal note: "This is (to be) understood of acts of the understanding 12 2, 5 | to die. This house may be understood here to mean Christ. I think 13 3, 1 | state. It must always be understood that she will try to advance 14 3, 11 | reached in others! If you understood the importance of this virtue 15 2, 1 | them in such a way as to be understood, except by those who have 16 2, 3 | any that can be seen or understood here below. There is no 17 3, 17 | explain, much more can be understood than the words themselves 18 3, 17 | doubt about their being understood than if they were being 19 4, 2 | remain alive. It must be understood that I am referring to genuine 20 4, 6 | light, he would not have understood such great mysteries merely 21 4, 17 | so that its nature may be understood, since the effects of feigned 22 5, 6 | That soul, as I have understood from her, was so much comforted 23 6, 5 | purpose, for I have not understood it all myself. It should 24 7, 16 | believe, should I ever have understood it, because I thought I 25 8, 2 | any such thing, but she understood quite clearly that it was 26 8, 2 | speaking to her, although she understood the words. ~ 27 10, 2 | understand it; if we really understood it, I do not think we could 28 11, 1 | But it must be clearly understood that no limitations can 29 1, 2 | long as God is praised and understood a little better. At all 30 2, 8 | be in safety I should be understood as meaning for so long as


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