Our Daily Bread, September 11, 1992
Former Senator Dwight W. Morrow searched in vain to find his railroad ticket as he was on a train leaving New York City. "I must find that ticket," he muttered. The conductor, who stood waiting beside him, said, "Don't worry about it, Mr. Morrow. We know you had a ticket. Just mail it to the railroad when you find it."
"That's not what's troubling me," replied Morrow, "I need to find it to know where I'm going."