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Where, except in the present, can the Eternal be met? C.S. Lewis - Christian Reflections
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So many things- nay every real thing- is good if only it will be humble and ordinate. C.S. Lewis - Letters
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There are no variations except for those who know a norm, and no subtleties for those who have not grasped the obvious. C.S. Lewis - An Experiment in Criticism
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If there is equality it is in His love, not in us. C.S. Lewis - Transposition and Other Addresses
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Authority exercised with humility, and obedience accepted with delight are the very lines along which our spirits live. C.S. Lewis - Transposition and Other Addresses
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Beauty is not democratic; she reveals herself more to the few than to the many... C.S. Lewis - 'Notes on the Way' Time and Tide
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Democracy demands that little men should not take big ones too seriously; it dies when it is full of little men who think they are big themselves. C.S. Lewis - 'Notes on the Way' Time and Tide
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The claim to equality, outside the strictly political field, is made only by those who feel themselves to be in some way inferior. C.S. Lewis - The Screwtape Letters
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They do not get their qualities from a class: they belong to that class because they have those qualities. C.S. Lewis - 'Delinquents in the Snow' Time and Tide
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He who surrenders himself without reservation to the temporal claims of a nation, or a party, or a class is rendering to Caesar that which, of all things, most emphatically belongs to God: himself... C.S. Lewis - Transposition and Other Addresses
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