A small-town baker bought his butter from a local farmer. After weighing his butter, he concluded the farmer had been reducing the amount in the packages but charging the same. Therefore, the baker accused the farmer of fraud. In court the judge asked the farmer, “Do you have measuring weights?”
“No sir,” replied the farmer.
“How then do you manage to weigh the butter that you sell?”
The farmer answered, “When the baker began buying his butter from me, I thought I’d better get my bread from him. I have been using his 1-pound loaf as the weight for the butter I sell. If the weight of the butter is wrong, he has only himself to blame.” some time we fail to recognize our own mistake. let us think how we do our own work.