Less Glory, Please?

C.S. Lewis - It is natural for us to wish that God had designed for us a less glorious and less arduous destiny, but then WE ARE WISHING NOT FOR MORE LOVE BUT FOR LESS“In some ways, it is natural for us to wish that God had designed for us a less glorious and less arduous destiny; but then we are wishing not for more love but for less.” ~C.S. Lewis

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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11 Responses to Less Glory, Please?

  1. Amen! This is the lesson I shared in psychology class this week (and just wrote about). Adversity forces us to reach out for love & support. Without it β€” we’d be content to luxuriate in the comfort of excess. We grow bigger hearts & souls during trials / challenge. This is the ultimate paradox… and adventure of this so called life. 😊

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  2. Perhaps we should be more careful about our thoughts! I guess that’s where most of our wishes come from …

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  3. Jennwith2ns says:

    Whoa, dude. The timing of your posts and what we’re doing at the Pilgrimage is 100% uncanny: https://www.facebook.com/events/297116604135118??ti=ia

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  4. Great quote and so true!

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  5. David Cosier says:

    To be fully loved by Him displays the fullness of His glory.

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  6. Very profound truth in this, Mitch. I love it.

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