And now may we suggest to you as did the commanding officer on the sands of Dunkirk when three hundred thousand troops were hemmed in by enemy tanks and they had to be transported off the beach. Hundreds of men with motorboats and dinghies rushed to help. There were no charts--no time for pep talks or pampering. They were told, "Now off you go and good luck to you--steer for the sound of the guns. No time for loitering. We must be engaged with it." Spencer W. Kimball.Your Whitman reminded me of this. Another perspective on orienting yourself.
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