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reliquary 3
reluctance 1
reluctantly 1
remain 27
remainder 3
remained 3
remaining 4
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27 complete
27 death
27 lose
27 remain
27 rest
27 speaking
26 afraid
St. Teresa of Avila
Interior Castle

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remain

   Part, Chapter
1 0, 17| and "not be compelled to remain for a long time in one single 2 1, 5 | in a place. Many souls remain in the outer court of the 3 2, 8 | must not be compelled to remain for a long time in one single 4 1, 7 | Him, the more deeply do we remain in His debt. What can we 5 1, 3 | the Spirit of the Lord to remain in a soul continuously in 6 1, 8 | so firmly does this truth remain within it that, although 7 1, 8 | apart from the effects which remain within it, and of which 8 3, 8 | certainty could not fail to remain alive, even if the soul 9 4, 2 | might perhaps be unable to remain alive. It must be understood 10 4, 9 | can overcome nature and remain in a state of absorption, 11 4, 13| its other senses sometimes remain active a little longer, 12 5, 9 | thought that if the sun can remain in the heavens and yet its 13 5, 9 | the sun and its rays, to remain where they are, and yet, 14 5, 11| meetings181 with the Spouse remain so deeply engraven in the 15 6, 5 | doubt, are the effects which remain after these suspensions 16 7, 2 | described and like those which remain to be described later. It 17 7, 7 | everything corporeal, may remain permanently enkindled in 18 7, 7 | well if they are able to remain securely in the other Mansions. 19 7, 8 | contemplation and who would like to remain in possession of it for 20 7, 9 | good thing for the soul to remain in that state of aridity, 21 9, 3 | of the stone, and it will remain the more deeply engraven 22 9, 8 | When the soul is able to remain for a long time looking 23 9, 9 | effect upon them and they remain cold -- much more so than 24 9, 24| necessary that it should remain annihilated for ever, it 25 1, 1 | of the things that still remain to be related about God. 26 1, 8 | that such a person will not remain in possession of her senses 27 2, 4 | observation, can be separated and remain a thing by itself. This


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