It’s ironic that when we are told we are too young to understand something we don’t like being told that, but we normally are; and when we are told we are too young and agree and understand why it was said, we’re likely more mature than we know.
The desire to always be right is rich with self-revelation, but few with such a desire are courageous enough to examine what is revealed.
[For high-schoolers] The nerd in your class today is likely to be the CEO of your company tomorrow.
I know of no one who while on their deathbed is quoted as saying, “I am satisfied to have been such a good atheist.”
A sincere “I don’t know” is an answer that all honest people can’t help but respect because they have said those same word and know they will likely use them again.