I've always wondered what saints think of saints. Since reading a couple of Mary Fabyan Windeatt's saintbooks, though, I've found their description of sainthood wonderful.
St. Therese of Lisieux said that the saints were like massive mountains while she was only like a grain of sand.
St. Francis Sloano described a saint as a chalice. A saint's heart is emptied of all earthly things so that it may be filled with Christ alone. By being filled with Christ, the saint does Christ's will.
One of St. Francis Solano's friends discovered:
"Using the graces God gives him, he expected to save his soul and become a saint," regardless of status or talent.