The Enemy wants him, in the end, to be so free from any bias in his own favour that he can rejoice i

The Enemy wants him, in the end, to be so …

The Enemy wants him, in the end, to be so free from any bias in his own favour that he can rejoice in his own talents as frankly and gratefully as in his neighbour's talents--or in a sunrise, an elephant, or a waterfall.

C.S. Lewis