This loaf of bread was made with these ingredients: sea salt, hard red winter wheat grown and milled in Maine at the Somerset Grist Mill and spring water from a not-so-secret spring in Exeter, in New Hampshire. This bread was crafted by these hands. Speaking of hands…It took many hands and many voices to craft […]
Imagine this. It’s been six weeks since the birth of the Christ child and Mary’s unpaid maternity leave is up. The Christ child is separated from his source of his life, his sustenance, as he knows it. Mary’s heart is broken with having to abandon her child. And the bossman believes this is as it should be. Mary is after all, his employee.
I just did a quick search on maternity leave in other countries and came across a brief over view with the headline that Great Britain was extending their maternity leave from 9 months to 12 months (with varied pay).
I cannot visit this subject enough. Our individual thoughts and words are powerfully creative. When a large group of people are thinking the same thoughts, speaking the same words and using the same symbology, it is all-powerful because we are using God’s creative power–The Word. That’s both the good news and the bad news.