C. S. Lewis Quote

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The process of living seems to consist in coming to realise truths so ancient and simple that, if stated, they sound like barren platitudes.  They cannot sound otherwise to those who have not had the relevant experience.

From Proverbs 13:20:  “Whoever walks with the wise becomes wise, but the companion of fools suffers harm.”

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