I think it's a nice little one, this one:
What it's trying to say is:
Adult learn loads through the years, but thinking like a child could add something special when trying to solve a problem. But how can we make adults turn back the clock?
And I think it's sort of true. When people become educated they automatically bypass some original, naive, almost childlike questions. This saves time, but sometimes it's these basic questions that need to be asked. They can sometimes highlight issues, opportunities and insights and it's something I always try to do - to look at things like a child.