Ambrose lived as a hermit giving of love and mercy to the dead, the cemetery of Saint Teresa of Cofrentes (Valencia, Spain) in very poor conditions without basic amenities of modern civilization,. He was faithful to his principles and had absolute resistance to living in other living conditions. She spent her days surrounded by crosses, which produced all kinds of material and feeding his vocation with his thoughts, but once surrendering his isolation from the world of the hermit to get involved in supporting the needy. Simple and austere, know if you had a mystic experience and I'm afraid I would have never commented. Brother fossor and cruciferous, so humble and orthodox in his belief that he was unable to remain in community with the Brothers of Mercy Fossores Guadix, Trappists and Carthusians. His death occurred the day of the dead, as a providential gift in communion with his biography.
If we made a short course of the life of Ambrose, it was because he may be unrelated to any claim, has managed to synthesize the contemplative life, praise God and preach and practice Christian charity. He does not ever endorsed the dying of not dying of our Teresa of Jesus. For a person in direct communion with the dead, life was nice and felt that enables you to perform well and grow in virtue. Death should not be feared, they say, if any life, understood as the classic ascetics past, ie as a preparation for death. Linking to question Scholastic, Ambrose learned to communicate to others what you watched, but did so with their lifestyle dump in helping his fellow man, with his sanity in his madness, thinking to himself: all the people who love me are committed to living away from the cemetery, but I must live here, along with the Cross. His response was vital not an irrational act, obstinate in living suffering and enduring discomfort, was an autonomic response of his firmness and faith. Discuss their work and shut the philosophers. Further information