As a toddler, you could have thought that you can create something along with your creativeness. And on some degree that's true. What we create with our imaginations as kids impacts how we see the world that we develop into. And, from a magical perspective, ideas themselves are actual. So for a kid to think about a unicorn implies that at the very least a thought type of a unicorn got here into existence with that thought. This doesn't imply that each one mythological beings are human thought varieties, nor does it imply that some kids don't really see fairies, elves, and different such beings. I imagine that some kids (however far fewer adults) really do have interactions with such mythological beings. However no matter your stance on this challenge, the facility of the human thoughts to create at an early and uninhibited age results in a beautiful, playful manner for a kid to work together with the universe. And I imagine that manner of interacting, which is so treasured and so usually misplaced in adults, can also be a path to God.
Jesus stated, “Except you alter and turn out to be like little kids, you'll by no means get into the dominion of heaven” (Matthew 18:3, Worldwide Customary Model). And although you can put numerous interpretations on what Jesus meant by this assertion, for me it has at all times meant that we should embrace that childlike marvel and innocence that exist in all of us if we're really to awaken to our personal religious nature.