C.S. Lewis And Surprises On Judgment Day

Most of man's psychological makeup is probably due to his body: when his body dies all that will fall off him, and the real central man, the thing that chose, that made the best of this or that material, will stand naked. All sorts of nice things, which we thought our own, but were really due to good digestion, will fall of some of us; all sorts of complexities which were due to complexities or bad health, will fall off others. We shall then for the first time, see everyone as he really was. There will be surprises.

C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity, pg. 86

I'd been looking for this quote for quite some time and was delighted to see it in Ravi Zacharias' The Grand Weaver.