Everything I Ever Needed To Know I Learned From Summa Elvetica By Theo Beale (Part 3)

It would be difficult for you to do anything at all if you are dead. ***  I have many deeds for which to repent, much pride for which to atone. *** There are few, man or orc, who cannot be purchased by one means or another. *** We are all fallen short of the glory of God, my brother, even if some of us fall shorter than others. *** The mighty are ever proud. *** Peace, child. We must have the courage to trust in the Immaculate One and pray that His will be done. *** One day we shall walk the streets of gold together and complete our conversation at our leisure. *** Fare you well, And may the Immaculate Incarnate drive all darkness from you and shield you with blessing and light! *** It is an intrinsic error to conclude that animation without anima was the result of a demonic heritage. The sparrow was equally unworthy of the Gospel, and yet it was loved by its Creator all the same.  *** It is an outrage, an abomination, that such a brilliant mind should be forever silenced by stupid and greedy men so that other stupid and greedy men could hope to increase their wealth. *** Trust in your sword or trust in your God, but don’t put your faith in Lady Fortune. *** Try trusting in God for once, instead of your sword and I shall pray that one day the Immaculate One will wash that blackened soul of yours as white as a Sanctiff’s beard. *** I have decided to serve God. *** Do not ever confuse the Church with the God is serves, nor God’s voice on Earth with the still small voice that speaks after the wind, the earthquake, and the fire. *** Not all knowledge can be gleaned from texts. *** Our desire for talent must never be used to overshadow an absence of calling. That way lie madness and material empire. *** Purity is a virtue of the soul. *** To blush is to be impassioned by an offense against that which is immaculate. Only a creature with a soul could possible be cognizant of offending such virtue. *** Have you never perused the list of true saints? Have you never seen how very few of them happened to be men of the cloth? *** THE IMMACULATE GOD so loved man that He created him in such wise that he might participate, not only in the good that other creatures enjoy, but endowed him with capacity to attain to the inaccessible and invisible Supreme Good and behold it face to face