Why is the hardest question. When our children ask questions about how or when or where, the answers come easy. Why is harder. I thought about this on the way to work this morning when I saw a formation of geese flying. When my daughter was in the fourth grade, she asked me why, when geese fly, is one side of the V formation longer than the other? I thought it was a real question, and speculated about aerodynamics or taking turns. No, she said. It is because there are more geese on that side. Thats why.
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