Hello, and a good Saturday morning to you!
While rummaging around in our old files, we ran across this gem, from the Asha Centre: “a UK charity working for the empowerment of young people, sustainable development and peace & reconciliation worldwide”. (Now, there’s a mission statement for the ages!)
On their list of ‘inspirational women’, you’ll never guess who we ran into!
Our favourite part (aside from the fact that Sabine ‘follows her bliss’, by…being an ‘online activist’ as her ‘social life with meaning’) is where her prototype software is called ‘the most important work since relativity theory’.
According to whom? Who did she have to pay to say this?
Did she take them out, get them drunk on schnapps, hand them a pen, and demand, “Sign here”?
Or perhaps she handed them a cue card, and told them, “Please read this out loud. Look straight into the camera. Big smiles, now!”
Honestly, we cannot imagine any other scenario in which someone might say such a thing.
Unless that someone was Abe, and he’d been on another hemp bender. Actually, that sounds exactly like something he’d say.