The most excellent method of going to God is that of doing our common business without any view of pleasing people but purely for the love of God.
We ought not to grow tired of doing little things for the love of God, who regards not the greatness of the work, but the love with which it is performed.
God has infinite treasure to bestow, and we take up with a little sensible devotion which passes in a moment. Blind as we are, we hinder God and stop the current of His grace. But when He finds a soul penetrated with a lively faith, He pours into it His grace and favors plentifully.
How can we pray to Him without being with Him? How can we be with Him without thinking of Him often? And how can we think of Him but by a holy habit we should form of it?
There is not in the world a kind of life more sweet and delightful, than that of a continual conversation with God; those only can comprehend it who practice and experience it.