He is that Object to admire which (or, if you like, to appreciate which) is simply to be awake, to have entered the real world. not to appreciate which is to have lost the greatest experience, and in the end to have lost all. The incomplete and crippled lives of those who are tone deaf, have never been in love, never known true friendship, never cared for a good book, never enjoyed the feel of the morning air on the cheeks, never (I am one of these) enjoyed football, are faint images of it.
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Author: C.S. Lewis