C.S. Lewis on Immanence
Surprised by Joy (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Harvest Books 1955), 238.
It was as though the voice which had called to me from the world's end were now speaking at my side. It was with me in the room, or in my body, or behind me. If it had once eluded me by its distance, it now eluded me by proximity — some thing too near to see, too plain to be understood, on this side of knowledge.