C. S. Lewis Quote

Then he tried to recall the lessons of Mr. Wisdom. it is I myself, eternal Spirit, who drives this Me, the slave, along that ledge. I ought not to care whether he falls and breaks his neck or not. It is not he that is real, it is I – I – I.


Pilgrim's Regress 137 - The Pilgrim's Regress (1933)

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Then he tried to recall the lessons of Mr. Wisdom. it is I myself, eternal Spirit, who drives this Me, the slave, along that ledge. I ought not to...

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Then he tried to recall the lessons of Mr. Wisdom. it is I myself, eternal Spirit, who drives this Me, the slave, along that ledge. I ought not to...

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Then he tried to recall the lessons of Mr. Wisdom. it is I myself, eternal Spirit, who drives this Me, the slave, along that ledge. I ought not to...

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Then he tried to recall the lessons of Mr. Wisdom. it is I myself, eternal Spirit, who drives this Me, the slave, along that ledge. I ought not to...