The Four Loves ~ C.S. Lewis ~ Quote

I’m reblogging this from May 16th, 2007, my first year of blogging. As I’m going through all my posts I’ll reblog some along the way.

The Happy Wonderer ~ ellen b.

 

 This quote is from The Four Loves by C.S. Lewis. My friend Jan sent it to Jody and I as it describes what happens in close friendships between 3 or more people. I love this quote and I hope it will augment your idea of friendship. I chose this book to illustrate this quote because the 3 friends Lewis speaks of are pictured on the cover.

Lamb says somewhere that if, of three friends (A, B, and C), A should die, then B loses not only A but “A’s part in C,” while C loses not only A but “A’s part in B.” In each of my friends there is something that only some other friend can fully bring out. By myself I am not large enough to call the whole man into activity; I want other lights than my own to show all his facets. Now that Charles…

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6 thoughts on “The Four Loves ~ C.S. Lewis ~ Quote

  1. I always love a CS Lewis quote …

    I see I’m a year behind you in blogging. I was just thinking this morning that for my 10 year blogaversary I am going to reblog some of my faves. Great minds think alike … after all, why let all that goodness be buried in the archives? 🙂

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