Golden Rule Poster, by Koen, age 6
via Studio on Fire
When I think of grown ups becoming like little children, I usually don't think of them in positive terms--usually a childish adult comes across as petulant and insecure. But isn't there a better side of childishness, too? One that involves a willingness to laugh, to change focus instantaneously, to see the good in others? What aspects of children do you most admire?