“Wow! What a number!”

I don’t do numbers. I realised this again re-reading Bill Bryson’s ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything’. In this fascinating book on many things scientific he plays with numbers whose size is virtually impossible to get your head around. But then again, when I’m told that on average this Christmas

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“Amazing…what?”

A few months ago my blog was a story that not only set me thinking but also struck a chord within my heart. Well, I’ve found another one; as told by the writer Philip Yancy. The story describes the inner dynamic that we need to bind our three question marks

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“As quiet as a …”

How do you build a community? The answer lies within how we use our triangle. It reminds us that genuine community is always complex, dense and intricate. To build taking the easier path of prioritising one of these question marks at the expense of the others is to end up

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