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Excerpt from Thoughts of the Servant of God, Th r se of the Child Jesus: The Little Flower of Jesus, Carmelite of the Monastery of Lisieux, 1873-1897
IN times Of aridity when I am incapable Of praying, Of practising virtue, I seek little Opportunities, mere triﬂes, to give pleasure to Jesus; for instance a smile, a pleasant word when inclined to be silent and to show weariness. If I find no opportunities, I at least tell Him again and again that I love Him; that is not difficult and it keeps alive the fire in my heart. Even though this fire Of love might seem to me extinct I would still throw little straws upon the embers and I am certain It would rekindle.
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