FOURTEENTH TALK 287 loose or inaccurate in her statements. She saw what she described, she knew very well of what she was speaking and gave it the name suggested by her helpers. She says there are many such mistakes in all her books. But when we have sometimes thought that we have found one of those mistakes, further study has generally revealed the fact that it was we who were in error,—that we had not grasped what she had meant. There may be mistakes, but there are very few of them, and we do not know much about them.