The Well-Dressed Soul

C.S. Lewis offers this thought on dressing for heaven:

 

“Women sometimes have the problem of trying to judge by artificial light how a dress will look in daylight. That is very like the problem for all of us: to dress our souls not for the electric lights of the present world but for the daylight of the next.”

 

Dress up!

 

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2 Responses to The Well-Dressed Soul

  1. Going as I am. And the angels will weep…”There goes the neighbourhood.”

    • Shirlee Abbott says:

      Nope. The angels will say, “Here comes Andrew. Let the dogs out!”

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