In the show, a toy duck and his friends are rejected by a toy company because they don't function in the manner they are supposed to. For example, the toy duck couldn't squeak as we know all rubber ducks should!
After watching the show she asked me what a reject was. I explained to her that the toys in the show were rejects because they had something wrong with them and as a result, the toy company wouldn't want to sell them.
Then I asked her if people could be rejects. She thought for a moment and then said, "No." I pressed her and said, "Why not?" I could tell she was thinking and after a brief pause she said, "Because God made everyone." I responded, "Precisely." I then proceeded to explain to her that because we are all created in the image of God [Gen. 1:27], we have intrinsic value and worth. However, if we are merely products of a great cosmic accident or coincidence, we are nothing more than glorified cosmic burps. Here today, gone tomorrow. And if this is the case, like Lucky Duck and his friends, those people who don't function in a manner society deems useful, can simply be disregarded.
It is my conviction that our experience tells us otherwise and that all right thinking people know better. Many people may claim to believe that life has no ultimate meaning and that we are here simply by chance; however, in most cases, the manner in which they live suggests that they know their life has purpose and worth and they are more than just a "Lucky Duck."
Courage and Godspeed,