Ezekial 33:7-9; Psalms 95:1-2,6-9; Romans 13:8-10; Matthew 18:15-20
A panel of fifth-graders participated in a roundtable radio discussion of what they had learned in a Course called “Inventors and Inventions” …
To conclude the program, the children were asked this question: “Would you rather live in the past, the present, or the future?”
The first child opted for the future. Why? “Well,” he said, “Nowadays, if you want to wash clothes, you push a button and the clothes get washed. But in the future, you’ll probably be able to push a button and, as the machine washes the clothes, it will play music and give a weather report too.”
But, after this visionary response, child after child chose the past. One child’s reasoning was typical. He said, “In…
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