For some reason, obvious truths always seem twice as profound when a small child points them out. You know what I mean: people collect books of pithy remarks delivered by five year olds and pastors routinely interpret a child’s childishness as revealing a deep spiritual truth. And kids CAN remind us of important truths or offer refreshing perspectives. I don’t doubt that. What I’m wondering, though, is what sort of take-away I ought to be gleaning from this:
What’s the message here? Gluttony will get you in the end? Multi-tasking is NOT such a great idea? Pursue simplicity?
How would YOU interpret this one?