LISTEN

If one would learn a subject and progress in it, careful listening is indispensable. Failure to listen to an proffered and provable good prevents one's acceptance of it and thus retards one's progress.

Beautiful strains of music exist only for those who listen. Spoken messages of friendly helpfulness and usable information are nonexistent to the one who does not listen. The naturalist would be without the joy and harmony of the songs of the birds and other welcome sounds of the forest it he did not listen.

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PROOFS OF GOD'S CARE
April 28, 1951
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