Adrienne von Speyr

Adrienne von Speyr

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Basel / Born September 20, 1902 in Switzerland, Adrienne von Speyr was a laywoman, wife, medical doctor, and Catholic mystic and stigmatist.
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There is already so much grace in a Christian body. Can you imagine how much grace there is in a soul? — Adrienne von Speyr

“Self care is a divine responsibility.” -Danielle LaPorte Self care has become a frequently used word in my daily life. Initially I thought of self care as just taking care of your physical being(…

God has created the sex act as a sort of symbol of the deep meaning hidden in every authentic gift: its fruitfulness demonstrates itself only with time.  — Adrienne von Speyr

God has created the sex act as a sort of symbol of the deep meaning hidden in every authentic gift: its fruitfulness demonstrates itself only with time.

In Christ silence often has a more long-lasting effect than speech.  — Adrienne von Speyr

In Christ silence often has a more long-lasting effect than speech.

Only when you are familiar with silence have you learned to speak; what you have to say can ripen only in silence.  — Adrienne von Speyr

Only when you are familiar with silence have you learned to speak; what you have to say can ripen only in silence.

Joy is not only a public profession. It is above all a state, and the same is true of humility and faith.  — Adrienne von Speyr

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Love has so infinitely  many possibilities. How amazing, then, it is for us to know that all of them are embraced in this one word.  — Adrienne von Speyr

Love has so infinitely many possibilities. How amazing, then, it is for us to know that all of them are embraced in this one word.

Whoever wants to love is better knowing nothing than too much.  — Adrienne von Speyr

I believe you staying awake makes a true difference. I believe that the interconnectedness you open yourself to every day is fueling real change.

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