The Master had a childlike fascination for modern inventions. He could not
get over his amazement at the pocket calculator when he saw one.
Later he said, good-naturedly, "A lot of people seem to have those little
pocket calculators, but nothing in their pockets worth calculating!"
Weeks later, when a visitor asked him what he taught his disciples, he
said, "To get their priorities right: Better have the money than calculate
it; better have the experience than define it."