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   Part, Chapter
1 0, 31| her writings which could cause anyone to stumble.~ 2 0, 46| alhough the prospect seems to cause my physical nature great 3 1, 2 | no small pity, and should cause us no little shame, that, 4 2, 9 | our nature which is apt to cause us so much worry. Let our 5 1, 11| remember to explain the cause of this when I am writing 6 1, 13| rest for us, and yet the cause of the trouble is in ourselves, 7 1, 13| sport of the soul, do not cause us to be despised. Even 8 2, 1 | our passions. They often cause fits of sobbing; I have 9 2, 1 | but there must be some cause for comfort in it, for, 10 2, 6 | to spread within us and cause an interior dilation and 11 3, 6 | perhaps awaken thought and cause it to think a great deal. 12 3, 9 | and this interior dilation cause the soul to be less constrained 13 2, 9 | respects lest these should cause it to sin against God. Everything 14 3, 5 | will of God, nor do they cause a restless, unquiet passion 15 3, 13| everything, even though this may cause you to forgo your own rights 16 4, 5 | the martyrs gives us great cause for praising God. Think 17 1, 4 | provided that it can be the cause of God's being even once 18 1, 8 | confessors have very good cause to be afraid of it and to 19 2, 4 | pain of which it is the cause. ~ 20 2, 5 | so far as I can see, they cause no disturbance, and can 21 3, 3 | souls there is invariably cause for misgivings about these 22 4, 16| attributed to its proper cause but may be made an occasion 23 7, 1 | place where nothing can cause us affliction. ~ 24 7, 16| could not understand the cause -- nor, I believe, should 25 8, 7 | effects which such visions cause in the soul may be observed 26 10, 1 | and the effects which they cause. And I am doing this so 27 11, 5 | think of nothing but the cause of her suffering. Since 28 2, 10| things which the soul hears cause it some distress, they are 29 2, 10| body is in pain will not cause it to ache as well. These 30 4, 3 | without knowing it will cause them no small agony. It


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