Excerpt from My Three Keys: And Other Talks to Boys and Girls
One by one the keys were detached from the key ring until only three were left; these three I found I had to carry. One was to the door of my house, the second was to the door of my office, and the third let me into my church. And now I carry only these three - the keys to my home, my office, and my church.
Are they not symbols of our indispensable needs? A place to live, a place to work, and a place to worship - home, office, church.
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