Never say or do anything until you have asked yourself whether it will be pleasing to God, good for yourself, and edifying to your neighbour.
If we were to die now, what would happen to us? What account should we give of the many riches, graces, and companions left to perish through our means?
The more desperate things seem, the more must we hope in God. When man’s aid fails, God’s is close at hand.
The devil has much joy of a soul that works indiscreetly, without being held in check by him who ought to rule it: for the higher such a one strives to mount, the greater its fall.
Those who are elegant and foppish should be taught contempt of self and of every kind of preeminence in preference to and before bodily mortification.
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