This was suggested to me by reader Pam Siegfried. (Thanks, Pam!)
But this is pure chuckles... and a bit thought-provoking. Unfortunately, it's a video that doesn't allow "embedding" (i.e. I can't post it directly here), so you'll have to go to YouTube to see it.
This reminded me of the other video I put up about how observant we aren't, and some implications for Biblical exegesis. (Thanks to faithful readers Missionaries in La Ceiba, Honduras, for jogging my memory).
It's a challenge. Of course, our default setting is unobservant in the most fatal way. We're born into a universe with God's fingerprints all over it, signposts to His glory everywhere (Psalm 8:1-4; 19:1-6). What's more, inside, we know it — but we suppress that knowledge (Romans 1:18-25). It doesn't serve our drive to put ourselves in God's throne (Romans 3:11-12). We're blinded (Ephesians 4:17-19). We insist that we don't see any sign of God... as we hold our hands over our eyes.
When God draws us to Himself in Christ, He gives life to our dead spirits and sight to our blind eyes (Ephesians 2:1-10; 4:20-24).
But that doesn't mean we're "done"!
We — Christians! — are continually needy. That is, we continually need to humble ourselves before God, to pray that He opens our eyes to see what's before us (Psalm 119:18), to open the eyes of our understanding to what we have in Christ (Ephesians 1:15-23), to reward our thoughtful study with understanding we'd not otherwise have (2 Timothy 2:7).
Otherwise, we're just as easily distracted and duped as the folks we're chuckling at, in that video.