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A perfect day

Every now and then I dip into Richard Briggs’ book It’s been a quiet week in the global village. It’s light, thought-provoking and the format of a series of reflections or vignettes on Christian life and mission in the contemporary world works for me. Today I saw this in it.

Seems to me that we’re not good at imagining what we really want for a perfect day. But then, fortunately, these things are not ours to decide. The way the God lifts impossible burdens off our shoulders is always one of the things I’ve liked most about him. It makes life more interesting. It makes it liveable.

Seemed to fit with some other blog entries I’ve read recently.

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