Persons who love very much, easily take offense at trifles (IV:558).
It is better to go beyond the limits of charity than to fail in it (IV:513).
Spare nothing to save the life of the souls and bodies of those poor people (IV:511).
Those who serve the neighbor at the risk of their lives are like unrefined gold, which becomes visible in fire and which would otherwise remain hidden under ordinary actions and sometimes under faults and failings (IV:493).
Let us never do anything that does not give glory to God, to that end, let us trample underfoot human respect and self-interest (IV:480).
Let us work to become very humble, very patient, very mortified, and very charitable. That is the only way to be highly esteemed (IV:479).