If a headmaster takes a whole year of school to the museum and at the end of the day one of the children is lost, what will he do? Won’t he leave the others in the foyer and go to search for the child that is lost until he finds it? And when he has found the lost child, he will hold their hand and sit next to them on the coach. And when they get back to the school he will tell their parents, ‘Thank goodness for that! We found your lost child.’ And those parents were more grateful for the return of their lost child than all the other parents whose children were returned safely.
From Parabolic Parables