C. S. Lewis Quote

A great many people (not you) do now seem to think that the mere state of being worried is in itself meritorious. I don't think it is. We must, if it so happens, give our lives for others: but even while we're doing it, I think we're meant to enjoy Our Lord and, in Him, our friends, our food, our sleep, our jokes, and the birds' song and the frosty sunrise.


Collected Letters: Books, broadcasts and war 1931-1949 (ed. HarperCollins Publishers, 2004) - ISBN: 9780006281467

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