It is perfectly logical to assume that a wise and competentCreator would provide for the needs of His creatures in their various stages of growth. The supply would be given as requiredand as the necessary effort for its appropriation was made bythe creature. Temporal needs would be met by temporal things,mental needs by things of like character, and spiritual needs byspiritual elements. For simplification of distribution all would becomposed of one primal spiritual substance, which under proper direction could be transformed into all products at the will of theoperator. This is a crude yet true illustration of the underlyingprinciples on which the human family is supplied on this earth.The Father has provided a universal seed substance thatresponds with magical power to the active mind of man. Faith inthe increasing capacity of this seed substance, whether wrappedin visible husks or latent in invisible electrical units, alwaysrewards man with the fruits of his labor.