C.S. Lewis

“The great thing, if one can, is to stop regarding all the unpleasant things as interruptions of one's 'own' or one's 'real' life. The truth is of course that what one calls interruptions are precisely one's real life - the life God is sending one day by day; what one calls one's real life is a phantom of one's imagination.”

C.S. Lewis, Letters of C. S. Lewis
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Letters of C. S. Lewis (Edited, with a Memoir, by W. H. Lewis) Letters of C. S. Lewis by C.S. Lewis
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