Thursday, 24 December 2009

Seasonal Greetings to the world of Conductive Education

The best is yet to come

Not all are Christians and few of those who nominally are actually 'believe'. But this is the time of the turn of the year We can begin to look forward to the end of winter. In the Northern Hemisphere it is conventional to think of rebirth and renewal for what is to come.

So, instead of a 'Christmas card', here is a small, online Christmas gift to symbolise my personal wish for a new start in the world of Conductive Education in the testing times to come, the hope for the eventual end of our own 'conductive winter'.

Enjoy this little book, at whatever level you prefer:

This little book is but a tiny part of a colossal series telling the story of the Bible, the old and the New Testaments in Lego bricks:

This series began as a website and is now claimed to be the world's largest illustrated Bible, telling 400 Bible stories with 3,600 illustrations. It is available as a hardback) book with 70,000 copies in print in seven languages (German, Japanese, Korean, Swedish, Danish and Hungarian as well as English).

A little idea, relentlessly pursued, can go a very long way.

1 comment:

  1. Just want to say that I adore The Brick Testament and have recommended it to believers with learning disabilities.

    Really brings the Bible down to earth.