In Mere Christianity, book four chapter ten, is mere improvement in society... or improvement in living conditions... or even improvement in a person's life our goal? If not, then what is?
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I think that Lewis emphasizes that living for God and serving others is more important than matters of improvements in one's own fortune or worldly endeavors. There can be nothing substantial until the giving of oneself to a higher purpose becomes the goal for life.