A case for accuracy

An individual transposes figures in his check register, and the result is an overdraft to his account. A seamstress measures incorrectly, and cannot complete the garment for lack of material. A cook leaves out the leavening agent, and the cake never rises. The common failing here is the absence of an important quality—accuracy.

These examples, as well as others that may have occurred in our lives, hint of a deeper need: that of better knowing and demonstrating the divine Principle which creates and governs all.

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