The Pre-installed System At Your Fingertips

It was a heartbreaking decision, so many memories; raising their family and working the land.

The children had long since moved away. It had become increasingly difficult to do the heavy work. They were bone weary tired.

Reluctantly, they would move into town. It was time to say goodbye to the farm.

The little stone house, in this dusty small town, sat on the corner of Pearl and Elmira Streets. Large oak trees lined both sides of the block. It was Norman Rockwell picturesque.

Henry and Kitty Murphy unpacked the wagon and placed the few remaining pieces of furniture, memorabilia and personal items in their new home.

Toward evening Kitty lit the kerosene lamps and began to prepare supper. Soon the old stove was the scene of a bubbling pot of stew.

After dinner Henry read a few pages of the Farmer’s Almanac, (it was hard to let go).

Kitty knit a few rows on her latest project, (she was thankful that she didn’t have to leave her needlework behind).

Suddenly, a knock on the door! . . . neighbors with welcoming gifts of baked goods, flowers and friendship.

“Why aren’t you using electric lamps?” a visitor remarked. “You have electricity at your fingertips!”

“We didn’t have it on the farm. We’ve managed just fine without it, thank you.
But . . . quite honestly, we’re afraid of it. We have no idea how it works, and we have no idea why sometimes it doesn’t. We do know that it causes house fires and just last month Tom Grant was electrocuted! We’ll keep using these kerosene lamps. For us, they do the job just fine!”

Despite the attempts of their neighbors to educate them; they just weren’t interested in this different way to light a room.

. . . and so, Kitty and Henry went on using those lamps.

As their eye sight began to worsen, reading became nearly impossible. Kitty found it difficult to do her beloved needle work.

Their evenings were now spent on the front porch enjoying the setting of the sun and the twilight.

In time, they began to notice patterns as the homes in the neighborhood began to light up.

It became kind of like a game.

“Looky there, Sara Williams is expecting a visitor, her porch light is on.”

“No lights on at the Kelly place. They aren’t home.”

“Mr. Wright must be going to bed early. All the lights downstairs are off. Just his bedroom light shines through the upstairs window.”

“Wow, every light in the house is on at the Anderson’s. They must be having a shindig!”

One evening Kitty remarked, “Henry, I’ve made up my mind. I want to learn about electricity! I don’t want to struggle in the dark anymore.”

“Well,” Henry sighed, “you’re right. I’ve been thinking the same thing. Maybe we’re just stubborn! Others have left the past behind and seem to be enjoying a better way. So, let’s look into it, let’s learn about it, I’m not afraid of it anymore!”

They were surprised to find that this new system was easy to understand. They wondered what had taken them so long.

They didn’t have to become electrical engineers, nor did they have to understand all the science behind it. They just needed the basics. They needed to know how to use it properly and they needed to know what NOT to do. They needed to know what to check if it wasn’t working correctly.

As more and more of their friends made the decision to leave their farms and move to town, Kitty and Henry, gently and with, ‘the intent to please,’ educated them to the benefits of using the electrical systems awaiting them in their new homes.

They learned that it works the same for everyone. It doesn’t matter how much money you have, what church you go to, what you believe or don’t believe. The laws of electricity and the consequences for violating those laws are the same for everyone. . .
NO EXCEPTIONS!!

– – – – – – – – – – – –

How does this apply to you?

You came with a pre-installed system. You are pre-wired.

It can light up your life just as surely as the electrical system lit up Henry and Kitty’s home.

You don’t have to become an engineer nor do you have to understand all the science behind it. You just need the basics. You need to know how to use it properly and you need to know what NOT to do. You need to know what to check if it isn’t working correctly.

Your system is the system of Love

Make the connection!

Henry and Kitty often dance to this song:

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The Pre-installed System At Your Fingertips

It was a heartbreaking decision, so many memories; raising their family and working the land.

The children had long since moved away. It had become increasingly difficult to do the heavy work. They were bone weary tired.

Reluctantly, they would move into town. It was time to say goodbye to the farm.

The little stone house, in this dusty small town, sat on the corner of Pearl and Elmira Streets. Large oak trees lined both sides of the block. It was Norman Rockwell picturesque.

Henry and Kitty Murphy unpacked the wagon and placed the few remaining pieces of furniture, memorabilia and personal items in their new home.

Toward evening Kitty lit the kerosene lamps and began to prepare supper. Soon the old stove was the scene of a bubbling pot of stew.

After dinner Henry read a few pages of the Farmer’s Almanac, (it was hard to let go).

Kitty knit a few rows on her latest project, (she was thankful that she didn’t have to leave her needlework behind).

Suddenly, a knock on the door! . . . neighbors with welcoming gifts of baked goods, flowers and friendship.

“Why aren’t you using electric lamps?” a visitor remarked. “You have electricity at your fingertips!”

“We didn’t have it on the farm. We’ve managed just fine without it, thank you.
But . . . quite honestly, we’re afraid of it. We have no idea how it works, and we have no idea why sometimes it doesn’t. We do know that it causes house fires and just last month Tom Grant was electrocuted! We’ll keep using these kerosene lamps. For us, they do the job just fine!”

Despite the attempts of their neighbors to educate them; they just weren’t interested in this different way to light a room.

. . . and so, Kitty and Henry went on using those lamps.

As their eye sight began to worsen, reading became nearly impossible. Kitty found it difficult to do her beloved needle work.

Their evenings were now spent on the front porch enjoying the setting of the sun and the twilight.

In time, they began to notice patterns as the homes in the neighborhood began to light up.

It became kind of like a game.

“Looky there, Sara Williams is expecting a visitor, her porch light is on.”

“No lights on at the Kelly place. They aren’t home.”

“Mr. Wright must be going to bed early. All the lights downstairs are off. Just his bedroom light shines through the upstairs window.”

“Wow, every light in the house is on at the Anderson’s. They must be having a shindig!”

One evening Kitty remarked, “Henry, I’ve made up my mind. I want to learn about electricity! I don’t want to struggle in the dark anymore.”

“Well,” Henry sighed, “you’re right. I’ve been thinking the same thing. Maybe we’re just stubborn! Others have left the past behind and seem to be enjoying a better way. So, let’s look into it, let’s learn about it, I’m not afraid of it anymore!”

They were surprised to find that this new system was easy to understand. They wondered what had taken them so long.

They didn’t have to become electrical engineers, nor did they have to understand all the science behind it. They just needed the basics. They needed to know how to use it properly and they needed to know what NOT to do. They needed to know what to check if it wasn’t working correctly.

As more and more of their friends made the decision to leave their farms and move to town, Kitty and Henry, gently and with, ‘the intent to please,’ educated them to the benefits of using the electrical systems awaiting them in their new homes.

They learned that it works the same for everyone. It doesn’t matter how much money you have, what church you go to, what you believe or don’t believe. The laws of electricity and the consequences for violating those laws are the same for everyone. . .
NO EXCEPTIONS!!

– – – – – – – – – – – –

How does this apply to you?

You came with a pre-installed system. You are pre-wired.

It can light up your life just as surely as the electrical system lit up Henry and Kitty’s home.

You don’t have to become an engineer nor do you have to understand all the science behind it. You just need the basics. You need to know how to use it properly and you need to know what NOT to do. You need to know what to check if it isn’t working correctly.

Your system is the system of Love

Make the connection!

Henry and Kitty often dance to this song:

[audio:http://www.tgconnection.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Im-beginning-to-see-the-light.mp3|titles=Kitty and Henry often dance to this song]

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The Pre-installed System At Your Fingertips

It was a heartbreaking decision, so many memories; raising their family and working the land.

The children had long since moved away. It had become increasingly difficult to do the heavy work. They were bone weary tired.

Reluctantly, they would move into town. It was time to say goodbye to the farm.

The little stone house, in this dusty small town, sat on the corner of Pearl and Elmira Streets. Large oak trees lined both sides of the block. It was Norman Rockwell picturesque.

Henry and Kitty Murphy unpacked the wagon and placed the few remaining pieces of furniture, memorabilia and personal items in their new home.

Toward evening Kitty lit the kerosene lamps and began to prepare supper. Soon the old stove was the scene of a bubbling pot of stew.

After dinner Henry read a few pages of the Farmer’s Almanac, (it was hard to let go).

Kitty knit a few rows on her latest project, (she was thankful that she didn’t have to leave her needlework behind).

Suddenly, a knock on the door! . . . neighbors with welcoming gifts of baked goods, flowers and friendship.

“Why aren’t you using electric lamps?” a visitor remarked. “You have electricity at your fingertips!”

“We didn’t have it on the farm. We’ve managed just fine without it, thank you.
But . . . quite honestly, we’re afraid of it. We have no idea how it works, and we have no idea why sometimes it doesn’t. We do know that it causes house fires and just last month Tom Grant was electrocuted! We’ll keep using these kerosene lamps. For us, they do the job just fine!”

Despite the attempts of their neighbors to educate them; they just weren’t interested in this different way to light a room.

. . . and so, Kitty and Henry went on using those lamps.

As their eye sight began to worsen, reading became nearly impossible. Kitty found it difficult to do her beloved needle work.

Their evenings were now spent on the front porch enjoying the setting of the sun and the twilight.

In time, they began to notice patterns as the homes in the neighborhood began to light up.

It became kind of like a game.

“Looky there, Sara Williams is expecting a visitor, her porch light is on.”

“No lights on at the Kelly place. They aren’t home.”

“Mr. Wright must be going to bed early. All the lights downstairs are off. Just his bedroom light shines through the upstairs window.”

“Wow, every light in the house is on at the Anderson’s. They must be having a shindig!”

One evening Kitty remarked, “Henry, I’ve made up my mind. I want to learn about electricity! I don’t want to struggle in the dark anymore.”

“Well,” Henry sighed, “you’re right. I’ve been thinking the same thing. Maybe we’re just stubborn! Others have left the past behind and seem to be enjoying a better way. So, let’s look into it, let’s learn about it, I’m not afraid of it anymore!”

They were surprised to find that this new system was easy to understand. They wondered what had taken them so long.

They didn’t have to become electrical engineers, nor did they have to understand all the science behind it. They just needed the basics. They needed to know how to use it properly and they needed to know what NOT to do. They needed to know what to check if it wasn’t working correctly.

As more and more of their friends made the decision to leave their farms and move to town, Kitty and Henry, gently and with, ‘the intent to please,’ educated them to the benefits of using the electrical systems awaiting them in their new homes.

They learned that it works the same for everyone. It doesn’t matter how much money you have, what church you go to, what you believe or don’t believe. The laws of electricity and the consequences for violating those laws are the same for everyone. . .
NO EXCEPTIONS!!

– – – – – – – – – – – –

How does this apply to you?

You came with a pre-installed system. You are pre-wired.

It can light up your life just as surely as the electrical system lit up Henry and Kitty’s home.

You don’t have to become an engineer nor do you have to understand all the science behind it. You just need the basics. You need to know how to use it properly and you need to know what NOT to do. You need to know what to check if it isn’t working correctly.

Your system is the system of Love

Make the connection!

Henry and Kitty often dance to this song:

[audio:http://www.tgconnection.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Im-beginning-to-see-the-light.mp3|titles=Kitty and Henry often dance to this song]

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The Pre-installed System At Your Fingertips

It was a heartbreaking decision, so many memories; raising their family and working the land.

The children had long since moved away. It had become increasingly difficult to do the heavy work. They were bone weary tired.

Reluctantly, they would move into town. It was time to say goodbye to the farm.

The little stone house, in this dusty small town, sat on the corner of Pearl and Elmira Streets. Large oak trees lined both sides of the block. It was Norman Rockwell picturesque.

Henry and Kitty Murphy unpacked the wagon and placed the few remaining pieces of furniture, memorabilia and personal items in their new home.

Toward evening Kitty lit the kerosene lamps and began to prepare supper. Soon the old stove was the scene of a bubbling pot of stew.

After dinner Henry read a few pages of the Farmer’s Almanac, (it was hard to let go).

Kitty knit a few rows on her latest project, (she was thankful that she didn’t have to leave her needlework behind).

Suddenly, a knock on the door! . . . neighbors with welcoming gifts of baked goods, flowers and friendship.

“Why aren’t you using electric lamps?” a visitor remarked. “You have electricity at your fingertips!”

“We didn’t have it on the farm. We’ve managed just fine without it, thank you.
But . . . quite honestly, we’re afraid of it. We have no idea how it works, and we have no idea why sometimes it doesn’t. We do know that it causes house fires and just last month Tom Grant was electrocuted! We’ll keep using these kerosene lamps. For us, they do the job just fine!”

Despite the attempts of their neighbors to educate them; they just weren’t interested in this different way to light a room.

. . . and so, Kitty and Henry went on using those lamps.

As their eye sight began to worsen, reading became nearly impossible. Kitty found it difficult to do her beloved needle work.

Their evenings were now spent on the front porch enjoying the setting of the sun and the twilight.

In time, they began to notice patterns as the homes in the neighborhood began to light up.

It became kind of like a game.

“Looky there, Sara Williams is expecting a visitor, her porch light is on.”

“No lights on at the Kelly place. They aren’t home.”

“Mr. Wright must be going to bed early. All the lights downstairs are off. Just his bedroom light shines through the upstairs window.”

“Wow, every light in the house is on at the Anderson’s. They must be having a shindig!”

One evening Kitty remarked, “Henry, I’ve made up my mind. I want to learn about electricity! I don’t want to struggle in the dark anymore.”

“Well,” Henry sighed, “you’re right. I’ve been thinking the same thing. Maybe we’re just stubborn! Others have left the past behind and seem to be enjoying a better way. So, let’s look into it, let’s learn about it, I’m not afraid of it anymore!”

They were surprised to find that this new system was easy to understand. They wondered what had taken them so long.

They didn’t have to become electrical engineers, nor did they have to understand all the science behind it. They just needed the basics. They needed to know how to use it properly and they needed to know what NOT to do. They needed to know what to check if it wasn’t working correctly.

As more and more of their friends made the decision to leave their farms and move to town, Kitty and Henry, gently and with, ‘the intent to please,’ educated them to the benefits of using the electrical systems awaiting them in their new homes.

They learned that it works the same for everyone. It doesn’t matter how much money you have, what church you go to, what you believe or don’t believe. The laws of electricity and the consequences for violating those laws are the same for everyone. . .
NO EXCEPTIONS!!

– – – – – – – – – – – –

How does this apply to you?

You came with a pre-installed system. You are pre-wired.

It can light up your life just as surely as the electrical system lit up Henry and Kitty’s home.

You don’t have to become an engineer nor do you have to understand all the science behind it. You just need the basics. You need to know how to use it properly and you need to know what NOT to do. You need to know what to check if it isn’t working correctly.

Your system is the system of Love

Make the connection!

Henry and Kitty often dance to this song:

[audio:http://www.tgconnection.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Im-beginning-to-see-the-light.mp3|titles=Kitty and Henry often dance to this song]

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