Eugene Cho

beautiful (and so cute!): soak in the wisdom and simplicity of this 5-year-old

I love this video. so. much.

I just saw it this morning and its innocence and simplicity spoke volumes to my heart.

But it also got me thinking: Do you sometimes feel the pressure to project a certain image of adulthood, maturity, and the need to have all the answers. Or perhaps, to look very sophisticated.

Maybe Jesus was on to something very substantive about having ‘childlike faith.’

It’s obvious that we need to all grow up but how do we do it in a way that still maintains our childlike spirit?

Thank you, Naomi, for being my ‘this week’s inspiration.’  Sadly, the famine and drought in the Horn of Africa hasn’t just impacted a 1000 people but rather, 13.3 million people. But thank you for doing something courageous and beautiful. You are teaching many of us a great lesson.

You can check out Naomi’s birthday campaign here if you want to contribute and I hope you’ll consider giving away your birthday because let’s be honest, we all want more stuff but do we need more stuff?

Let’s live lifestyles of enough.

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  1. Jason says:

    Powerful and extremely challenging. May we all have her kind of faith.

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