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The bread and the butter


A peasant used to go into the neighboring town to take the butter from his farm to supply a baker and pastry cook. He carried in five pounds daily, and took back five pounds of bread for his family. Now one day the baker thought that he would weigh the butter. To his surprise he found that it was half a pound short. The next morning he took the farmer to task, but the man was not in the least embarrassed. He answered quietly, “That was not my fault sir, I could not help it. I have no weights in my house, so this is what I do. I put the bread that I have bought from you in one scale and my butter in the other, and then I know when I have the right quantity.” The baker was thoroughly ashamed and from that time forth was careful to give his customers full weight.

With the same measure that a person measures out to his fellow men, God will measure out to him.

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