C. S. Lewis Quote

While friendship has been by far the chief source of my happiness, acquaintance or general society has always meant little to me, and I cannot quite understand why a man should wish to know more people than he can make real friends of.


Surprised by Joy: The Shape of My Early Life (ed. 1955)

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While friendship has been by far the chief source of my happiness, acquaintance or general society has always meant little to me, and I cannot quite...

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While friendship has been by far the chief source of my happiness, acquaintance or general society has always meant little to me, and I cannot quite...

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While friendship has been by far the chief source of my happiness, acquaintance or general society has always meant little to me, and I cannot quite...

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While friendship has been by far the chief source of my happiness, acquaintance or general society has always meant little to me, and I cannot quite...