Picasso said, "It takes a very long time to become young," meaning that we each have to go through a gradual process of learning to be innocent. It is not the sophisticated cynic who is deeply in touch with the heart of life; it is the person who has come into a child-like receptivity and openness to the beauty and goodness of this world. We can become so cultivated and entrenched in opinions and viewpoints that we miss this gift of simple openness. Ifwe are too artificial, we miss the genuine and natural in life. If we are too detached and analytic, it's difficult for us to find the place of the heart. Let's surrender ourselves to an innocence that sees this life with eyes fresh, young, open and sensitive. 
As William Blake says: "To see the world in a grain of sand And Heaven in a Wild Flower Hold infinity in the palm of your hand And eternity in an hour."