Hosted Groups – William O’Flaherty
The Successful Failure – Learning from Failure in the Life of C.S. Lewis
Despite C.S. Lewis’s many successes, he experienced frustration and even failure during his life. He is known as a writer, but “failed” at being a poet. He started teaching philosophy, but could only get appointed as a replacement tutor and eventually “gave up” to teach English. This group will discuss how Lewis moved on and learned from such difficulties and how you can as well.