During the life of any automobile, there are times when it needs to be serviced. We take it off the road and into a shop for a tune-up. A mechanic examines the car and then makes the adjustments necessary for it to function according to certain fixed standards. The same is true in the life of a piano when it gets out of tune. We call a piano tuner. The tuner first strikes the U-shaped fork which is tuned to a standard international pitch. He tightens or loosens the A-string in the piano’s middle octave until the two sounds match. Then he proceeds with the work of adjusting each string to the standard pitch.
In the life of each of us, there are times when we need to take ourself off the road, so to speak, for a spiritual tune-up; times when we need to adjust the pitch of our heart-strings to the eternal standard; times when we need to reshape our attitude and…
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