Freed from Self-Absorption

C.S. Lewis helps awaken us to the “astonishing realness of things.” It’s what Alan Jacobs calls an “omnivorous attentiveness” — a bewildering awareness of the things all around us. It is being alive to what is, to things that “if we didn’t have them, we would pay a million dollars to get them, and having them, we ignore.”

John Piper invites us into seeing the world a certain way. He calls us to wake up to the wonder, and be freed from the slumber of self-absorption. Watch the entire message, “Lessons from an Inconsolable Soul: Learning from the Mind and Heart of C.S. Lewis.”