I have neither time nor disposition to enter into discussion with the friend, and end this occasion by suggesting for her consideration the question whether, if it be true that the lord has appointed me to do the work she has indicated, it is not probable that he would have communicated knowledge of the fact to me as well as to her.
When we separate the word business into its component letters, b-u-s-i-n-e-s-s, we find that u and i are both in it. in fact, if u and i were not in business, it would not be business. furthermore, we discover that u comes before i in business and the i is silent-it is to be seen, not heard. also, the u in business has the sound of i, which indicates it is an amalgamation of the interests of u and i. when they are properly amalgamated, business becomes harmonious, profitable, and pleasant.