Mind Governs the Potato Patch

A woman had a small but pressing domestic problem. Her friend asked her why she did not pray about it. She replied, "Oh, it would never occur to me to bother God about a little thing like that." Someone else then remarked that it would be very boring for God if everybody did this all the time.

A good many people seem to feel this way about prayer. But they would never contend that the principle of mathematics should not be bothered with small sums. Clearly the principle of mathematics, or mathematical truth, is available for every conceivable calculation, however petty it may seem. Anyone can apply this principle at any time, in any place, and as often as may be necessary.

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January 3, 1970
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