The child who "doesn't know how to ask a question" is the last of the four children mentioned, as though he/she is ranked at the "bottom of the class". How do we perceive people who are different than ourselves? What would our interactions be like if we took a moment to recognize that everyone is created " b'tzelem eholhim " - in God's image - before we passed judgment?
Asking a question and being verbal are not mutually exclusive, though too often we see them as being just that. What tools can we provide for children who need help communicating their thoughts? How can we help them formulate their questions?
What would someone miss out on about you if they formed all of their opinions within seconds of meeting you? What would you want that person to know about you?
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