Frederic Le Vavasseur
Libermann provides the antidote. "We have to make foolish mistakes sometimes in order to gain experience ... there is no one who is immune from error ... Distrust your sensitiveness and your natural impetuosity ... Helped by God's grace you will acquire gentleness, vigor, constancy in His service, true humility, confidence and abandonment to Jesus and Mary, patience with your neighbor, sincere charity toward others."
Le Vavasseur was often at loggerheads with Libermann who advises a true discernment of God's will. "We need perfect, full, complete union so that God may use us both as if we were but one person and thus fashion His work. We should be one heart and one mind; otherwise I shall have to come to the conclusion that God's moment has not yet arrived."