If He can find me whenever He wishes, and tells me Who He is and who I am, and if I then know that He Whom I could not find has found me: then I know he is the Lord, my God: He has touched me with the finger that made me out of nothing. […]
We could not seek God unless He were seeking us. We may begin to seek Him in desolation, feeling nothing but His absence. But the mere fact that we seek Him proves that we have already found Him. from ‘My Soul Remembered God’
The man whose prayer is so pure that he never asks God for anything does not know who God is, and does not know who he is himself: For he does not know his own need of God. from ‘Conscience, Freedom and Prayer’
Conscience is the soul of freedom, it eyes, its energy, its life. Without conscience, freedom never knows what to do with itself. from ‘Conscience, Freedom and Prayer.
Hope is the wedding of two freedoms, human and divine. He who hopes in God trusts in God, Whom he never sees, to bring him to the possession of things that are beyond imagination. from ‘Sentences on Hope’
If I love my brothers according to the truth, my love for them will be true not only to them but to myself for it is in loving others that we best love ourselves. from ‘Love Can Be Kept Only By Being Given Away’