At the time of his conversion, Ignatius indulged in an exercise that can best be termed holy daydreaming by means of which he fostered his desires to do great things for God: He would see himself in fantasy undertaking great and difficult enterprises for God.
To Practice This Thought:
Imagine that you are one of the saints. What are you doing to advance a vision of peace, compassion, and wholeness? What happens?
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