Dick Van Dyke has recorded some delightful anecdotes about children and religion:
A little girl assured her mother that she had said her prayers the night before, but added, “When I got on my knees I began thinking that God hears the same old stuff every night — so I told him the story of ‘The Three Bears’ instead!”
Another one — a very polite young lady — interrupted her prayers to say, “Pardon me, God, while I kick my ornery little brother!”
Another little kid had a helpful idea when she was asked to suggest a prayer for her Sunday School class. She said, “I think we should pray for all the people with the blahs!”
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