A pastor was candidating at a local church [and] was asked to share with the fourth-grade-boys class ....
"What is brown and furry, has a long tail, loves nuts and climbs trees?"
Jimmy shot his arm into the air right after the pastor had finished asking the question.
"I know, I know the answer," he shouted.
"Tell us the answer, Jimmy" said the pastor.
"The answer is Jesus," he said with a slight pause, "but it sure sounds like a squirrel to me."
When it sounds like a squirrel, will we have the wisdom to say so?
I've been doing a fair amount of reading in ethics and philosophy the past couple years. I'm starting to get where I've read enough that I'm getting an idea of what I want to read. But I am finally learning when things sound like a squirrel.