august 5

It does no good to blame the golf club if our game is at fault or the pitcher because we spill the mil; the fault must be seen as our own in the little mishaps of this kind and for our states of mind as well. The discovery that we are to blame for being the way we are is greater than the discovery made by an explorer–such a discovery of our own fault is impossible unless there is a higher standard outside ourselves, from whose love we know we have fallen.

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