In the afternoon He spoke about spiritual education and intellectual training: “Peter was devoid of all schooling and so untrained that he could not remember the days of the week. He would tie up seven loaves of bread and open one each day. When he opened the seventh parcel he would know that it was the seventh day and that he had to go to the synagogue. However, under Christ, his spiritual education was such that he became the cause of the enlightenment of the world.
(Earl Redman, ‘Abdu’l-Bahá in Their Midst, p. 211)