“Let’s say he learns of an accident and sighs, and, inthat moment, God gives him divine consolation for his compassionate sigh. He sees someone who is hurting, and immediately feels compassion, and is thus consoled by God with divine consolation; he doesn’t remain with that initial bitterness over the accident. The other person is helped through his prayer. Or he may think to himself, “God has given us so many blessings; what have I done for God?” I was impressed by what one soul said to me. “The Angels cover their faces when the Mystery of the Holy Eucharist is being celebrated, while we commune with the Body and Blood of Christ. What have I done l for Christ?” He suffers in a good sense.”

– ‘Spiritual Awakening’