I won’t be doing much on the blog for the next few weeks. I’m trying to have a break, but as I’ll be doing lots of reading, I might find I have something to say. In the meantime, I loved this quote from which Christine Sine picked up from a friend:
God moved into the neighbouhood, as a baby. Powerless. Vulnerable. Approximately 500,000 mothers die in childbirth each year most of them in the poorest countries of our world. When a mother dies like this it is almost certain that her child will die too God takes a risk. Where in the world today will women be giving birth in similar circumstances to Mary? (read more)
Christine is the wife of Tom Sine, the author of The New Conspirators: Creating the Future One Mustard Seed at a Time which will be in my best three books of the year if I ever get round to writing such a list. I found the quote through Twitter a tool I’m using more and more to keep up with news and share ideas. You can see what I have to say on Twitter on the left hand side of this blog or you can follow what I have to say here.