‘No one is too Small to Make a Difference’, by Greta Thunberg

Review by Frank Regan

Close-up of the book cover. | Photo: Penguin Books.

The upcoming Christmas story takes place in obscurity. Bethlehem is the least, the smallest, of villages. Mary and Joseph are among the least of society. The baby is born into physical smallness and social insignificance. I am struck in these times by smallness. This small book (eighty pages) is by small Greta Thunberg: sixteen years old, with Aspergers, from Sweden. It has become my lectio divina.

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