We read this Lech Lecha book yesterday in our children's service and talked about the parsha. A first grader observed, "Isn't it good that Hashem picked a night when it wasn't cloudy? It would be so sad if Avram went out to count the stars and he couldn't see them."
Her classmate replied, "Yeah. And it's good Avram didn't need glasses cause they hadn't been created yet. What if he went outside and the whole sky was blurry and he couldn't see the stars."
Third classmate: "Yeah, silly. But if Avram needed glasses and didn't have them, maybe Hashem would just make him count something he could see."
OK, whose rabbi gave a more thought-provoking dvar? Or asked more inspiring questions?