Photographer's Note

His infantile life slips calm on Avila and on his home, as she says, very soon she begins to feel the effluvia of the divine love. The time is happening and Teresa goes becoming a woman. She has in his years light young boys frenzies: books of cavalries, frivolous friendship, fleeting inconstancies, dreams; but the Convent of Santa Rita shelters her in some time to consolidate this way his virtue and formation.

She leaves the world and in the Convent of the incarnation dressing the white and dun serge of the habit carmelitano, she projects the religious reform in the Order in which she had practised.

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Additional Photos by Pablo Zarzuelo (colibriav) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 280 W: 5 N: 260] (2198)
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