Benjamin Franklin: Saving Grace

As a youngster, Benjamin Franklin found the long graces which his father uttered before and after every meal extremely tedious. "I think, Father," young Franklin remarked while helping his father salt down the winter's provisions one day, "if you say grace over the whole cask once for all, it would be a vast saving of time!"
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