I was about 4 yrs old when I followed step-by-step of my father holding a long rope with a plastic duck at wheels on the end. He prayed rosary walking through the lounge, so I pulled with me this duck toy cause I wanted to accompany. He was laughing later that this situation was really funny. I was so proud while I saw him kneeling before God – he was a hero to me. At school-times a nun told us during the retreat for children that throughout the tabernacle we can have non-stop contact with Jesus and that there is a connection with Heaven. So, I thought that there is a special cable behind it up to Heaven. I couldn’t comprehend that amazing grace and the best news. I was honored that I know now. As a child I was pretty shocked. There lives Jesus! God! I just couldn’t believe as a girl during every single Holy Mass and if it’s really true I want to be in touch with him. I started to imagine how it is possible that God can see me by the tabernacle and if he really knows when I need him. I was absolutely absorbed of it. I pictured in my head how my messages flow straight to Heaven and how he receives them or what he is doing right now. I was so happy and I really believed. The small door of the tabernacle seemed to me as an undiscovered mysterious. A Precious Mystery and Beloved Mystery. I still apologize Christ that my mind cannot see so many obvious things cause they are so complicated but I love him. Be honest, I didn’t want to grow up cause an imagination of children is so simple. It’s nice to come back to these memories and try to simplify understanding. Do not complicate. Maybe Jesus especially loves children and wants them close cause their thinking it’s so sincere and funny. Another moving story was when my little cousin went to the church. He was about four yrs old. He stood under the big cross of Jesus, staring on it longer while, been very focused and worried of what’s really wrong, finally asked his mother – why Jesus doesn’t wear any clothes and socks on feet.