In the book, it describes the fact that if a person tried counting from one to one million, without eating or sleeping, it would take about 23 days. Personally, I was pretty shocked by that. But after thinking about it, it does make sense because all of the bigger numbers, such as "seven hundred eleven thousand, five hundred sixty-three," would take a long time to say.
Wanting to involve the 6-year old in the story, I asked him, "Do you think you could count from one to one million?"
He paused for a second to think. "Yes," he confidently stated. "One time I counted all the way up to 150!"
"Oh, wow! Nice job," I said, congratulating him.
"I had to stop and start along the way, though. I had to catch my breath," he admitted.
It's pretty amazing how limited our human minds are when we are kids. It amazes me thinking about how now, as adults, we think we know so much but in comparison to what God knows we are still just as limited as this 6-year old.