There is an ancient legend about two small boys who were walking slowly, deep in conversation, when they stopped to share an apple. “You cut and I’ll choose,” said one to the other. The other agreed, the cut was made and the choice decided.
What a splendid way of ensuring that an apple is equally shared! Perhaps this world could get along with fewer conferences and agreements if only the powers that be had the simple solution that young boys worked out centuries ago.
–Sunday Post, Glasgow
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