Revi'i of Ki Sisa was completely frustrating to Chana. She started out in a bad mood. We had a bit of a time crunch today, with a lot going on.
The entire aliya is anthropomorphic, about Hashem's honor crossing over and His palms covering Moshe to protect him and showing His back but not His front. Chana expressed frustration numerous times that she didn't understand it. I attempted to explain basic pshat, and she got more frustrated.
And yet she does not want to sit through an explanation of the metaphor.
I often find that my kids have a lot more energy about the question than they do to find the answer.
I feel it's better to leave it as a question than to try to sit them down and give an answer. Without an answer, the question will hopefully burn brightly in their hearts. Maybe one day they will be motivated to search hard, and to work until they understand.