Surrender

A little child was one day playing with a very valuable vase, when he put his hand into it and could not withdraw it. His father, too, tried his best to get it out, but all in vain. They were talking of breaking the vase, when the father said:—

"Now, my son, make one more try. Open your hand and hold your fingers out straight, as you see me doing, and then pull."

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The Lectures
November 14, 1901
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