Spiritual ideas, practical answers

As mankind searches for better ways of doing things, the greatest progress will come as a result of productive ideas that not only increase quantitative efficiency but also bring satisfaction and a degree of spiritual fulfillment to individuals.

During the children of Israel's journey through the wilderness, Moses was both their spiritual and secular leader. He was the sole judge to whom the people could turn with their problems, and they did so from morning until evening. His father-in-law Jethro pointed out that he would wear away with such a heavy burden. Jethro, receptive to God's wisdom, was inspired to see a better method by which Moses could cope with his manifold tasks. He suggested to Moses that he delegate the daily work of settling simple disputes to able men who worshiped God and had good qualifications for such duties.

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