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Jul 25, 2013

“Meditation in a Toolshed”

In my study I often get distracted. Reading one article often leads me to look up something else that is referred to, and reading that reference very easily leads to another discovery. This morning, following that path of learning, I found a brief reflection from the writer of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” (the Narnia Chronicles): C.S. Lewis. Lewis calls his reflection “Meditation in a Toolshed” It was originally published in  “The Coventry Evening Telegraph”. (July 17, 1945)

You might like to read the reflection at this link:

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