It’s amazing how many very wise things a child says because he or she hasn’t yet been taught or told not to question.
Take a listen sometime soon when a child asks a question, you might be pleasantly surprised by the common sense intelligence and true love and and caring compassion that comes out of them, in their longing to know and understand people and life!
26 thoughts on “The amazing and true value from the words of a child!”
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i like this!
I wonder if we should replace the politicians with kids….Just sayin’ 😉
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There’s a thought! I like it. A lot! 🙂 xoxo
Me too! 🙂
Precocious as they are, they can well and truly stump us with little effort. That is why I’m glad to have none.
Out of babe’s mouth – spews truth – how very true Penny.
Thank you Eric!
true..sometimes they ask clever questions the adults are not able to answer..
That is so true.. They think outside the box because they aren’t aware of any logic reasoning which the adults get into.
As the elder of this clan may I just say, to look at life through the eyes of a child and then to listen to questions and answers, as I have done with my g-sons as they grew from toddler to some now adult it has been a miracalous discovery of how intelligent and blessed they are with curiousity and common sense. The wonder of discovery from the smallest ant to the largest tree, the day their eyes widen to giant orbs when they realize they can read or tie a shoe oh it is such a wonderful opening of an adults heart. The bumper sticker that says “If I had known g-children were so much fun I would have had them first” is a very accurate statement….love and hugs (((xx)))
Thank you Len, all your words and thoughts so very true, love and hugs received and returned my dear friend! xoxo
AnElephantCant ever deny it
Sometimes his eyes also fill with water
As Danny suggests
He also is blessed
With that greatest of gifts – a daughter
I agree completely including the tears!
I was in a shop the other day and I was listening to some of the things that this child was asking. It really was impressive what she was saying.
How are books made?
Where does paper come from?
How do they make that from trees?
Why do they use a pup? (I thought that one was funny after the carer – possibly parent – had said pulp)
Then on with other questions that were to do with what was around the shop. 😉
Children have a wonderful questioning mind, one that is wide open without preconceived conceptions. 🙂
Yes they have. It is wonderful to hear them. It’s just a shame that the world can taint them so fast nowadays
It is a sadness! Yes!
Thankfully there’s decent parents who can help to stave that off for as long as possible
Love this and love Danny Kaye… one of my favorite film characters when I was growing up. Hans Christian Andersen was my favorite film of his…. Court Jester too. 😉
Thank you. It’s so very true Roxi. Children today are too frequently not heard at all, their family members too busy with a hectic lifestyle that they’re not creating time to hear or be with their children – in a quality way. So children get their knowledge from TV and Internet without a true understanding in many cases of what they are learning! And I agree about Danny Kaye too! 🙂