Within also, within is another evil, arising out of a like temptation; whereby men become vain, pleasing themselves in themselves,
though they please not, or displease or care not to please others. But pleasing themselves, they much displease Thee, not
only taking pleasure in things not good, as if good, but in Thy good things, as though their own; or even if as Thine, yet
as though for their own merits; or even if as though from Thy grace, yet not with brotherly rejoicing, but
envying that grace to others. In all these and the like perils and travails, Thou seest the trembling of my heart; and
I rather feel my wounds to be cured by Thee, than not inflicted by me.