A Way Is Provided

In a balanced universe, and of course, in reality, there can be no other, the available supply must be adequate to the needs of the inhabitants. Any seeming inadequacy, to human sense, can have no firmer foundation than failure to recognize the power of Mind to supply all. Always have there been possibilities of swift transport. But people have been slow to perceive and put them into operation. A tremendous advance came with the invention of the wheel. Many generations of primitive peoples knew nothing of the contrivance. Future generations, it is safe to say, will depend upon it less than we do, because improved methods will have invaded its sphere of usefulness. Already they are awaiting human recognition. The idea of instant, even timeless, movement has been in Mind from the beginning. The Psalmist says:

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