To live with the Spirit of God is to be a listener. It is to keep the vigil of mystery, earthless and still. One leans to catch the stirring of the Spirit, strange as the wind's will.
I wish I were a painter so I could make you a sketch of the scene that surrounds me [...] the moonlight is flooding our cell through the frosted window panes, it's ravishing [...] All is calm and silent, and that makes me think of the night when the little Jesus was given to us.
The holy time of Advent is here; it seems to me that it is very especially the season of interior souls; in the silence of prayer, let us listen to Him.
I want to send you a little note from my soul for I am anxious for you to know that in the Father’s House I will pray especially for you.
Have you ever wondered what Christ's prayer was like? Upon explanation, we realize that his prayer consisted essentially in the penetration of his very being by God.
The soul that still keeps something for self in its “inner kingdom”, whose powers are not “enclosed” in God, cannot be a perfect praise of glory
A praise of glory is a soul of silence that remains like a lyre under the mysterious touch of the Holy Spirit
It is great wisdom to know how to be silent / Grande sabiduría es saber callar
...where souls stand before the face of God in solitude and silence in order to be quickening love in the heart of the church.
Christ experiences ecstatic moments on Mount Tabor, but even during those moments in the company of Moses and Elijah, he conversed about his Passion for the redemption of sinners
I am reading Elizabeth of the Holy Trinity. I love her. I want to live a life of Heaven, as Elizabeth says
On the 7th and 8th of November, she kept almost constant silence, but you could still hear: "I am going to Light, to Love, to Life!"