''The monotony of anxiety - the circular movement of the mind - is horrible. As far as possible I think it is best to treat one’s own anxiety as being also an illness.''

C.S Lewis / Letters of C.S. Lewis, to Father Peter Bide 29 April 1959
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''I can picture very few things I believe in. I can’t picture will, thought, time, atoms, astronomical distance.''

C.S. Lewis / Letters of C.S. Lewis, to Mrs. Arnold 8 September 1959
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''It is better to hold two inconsistent views than to ignore one side of the evidence.''

C.S. Lewis / Letters of C.S. Lewis, to Mrs. Emily McLay 3 August 1953
adventure nature

''I became my own only when I gave myself to Another.''

C.S. Lewis / Letters of C.S. Lewis, to Mrs. Ashton 17 July 1953
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