… even with condoms.
The idea for a condom that can be opened with one hand wasn’t an innovation to make condoms more accessible to the masses, but rather to help people with people afflicted with Hemiplegia, a condition that leaves one side of the body paralyzed.
You see… most people what have control of both sides of their body never thought about having a condom that would open with one hand (although it’s a much better design for the product for reasons we won’t go into).
So… I begin to wonder…
What things are we not innovating in the church because we’ve always done it this way, or because we’ve not looked at it through a fresh set of eyes different from our own?
What bit of genius is out there that we’ve just not thought of yet?
And what will it take for this innovation to happen?
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