Understanding of man's relationship to God solves difficult accounting problem

PRINCIPLE AND DEMONSTRATION

A Student of Christian Science employed in the service of a public utility company abroad was once called upon to defend a system of foreign exchange accountancy. The system, long-established and tried, was questioned by financial advisers, and the central office in London asked for a detailed demonstration of the principle involved, sufficiently ample to refute the criticism and sustain the existing practice.

This student had only a slight acquaintance with exchange matters and was at first dismayed at the task. The more it was considered from the human angle, the more formidable it seemed, and a week went by with nothing constructive achieved. But his mounting anxiety was stayed when his thought was arrested one day by two words contained in the memorandum: "principle" and "demonstration."

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