From The Mouths (and Hands) of Babes

Children's Questions to G-d

Thanks to my mother, who forwarded this to me for your enjoyment. While these Sunday school assignments probably didn’t come from a synagogue, all children are equal in the Lord’s eyes, right? There’s more below:

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

Children's Questions to G-d

5 thoughts on “From The Mouths (and Hands) of Babes

  1. Children can and do say the most fascinating, inane, and sometimes profound things. Now take that same child, subject them to years of religious education at a Conservative shul,and, post bar/bat mitzvah, you get comments like those you’ll find at aaclassblog@blogspot.com. I just finished up a class with 8th and 9th graders on the subject of Jewish blogging. I’m slowly but ever so surely getting most of their comments posted, but even with the few already up, just as with the youngsters comments your mom sent your way, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll go hmmmm…

    Migdalor Guy

  2. Funny… like Joyce, I too prayed for a puppy and all I got was a little brother. A few decades later and still there’s no puppy in my life. I hope Joyce gets hers soon. Great post Yenta!

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