Though barely literate, he was sought out by pilgrims for his wise counsel. His writings were edited by his disciple and pupil, [[Archimandrite Sophrony]]. Father Sophrony has written the life of the saint along with a record of St. Silouan's teachings in the book ''Saint Silouan the Athonite''.
Some thoughts in spanish:
Nostalgia de Dios: Mil alma siente nostalgia de Dios y le busco con lagrimas...
De la oracion: El que ama al Senor se acuerda siempre de el, y el recuerdo de Dios hace brotar la oracion.
[[Troparion]] ([[Tone]] 4)