There will be times when children ask philosophical questions out of curiosity.
When such time comes, it is up to the adults how to respond to them; either to encourage and to assist the children on their journey in finding the truth, or to make excuses and to put off the sparkle of curiosity that has been ignited in them.
There is always a child in us somewhere, and there is also an adult in there.
There will always be a part of us which keeps asking questions and seeking answers, and there will always be a part of us which decides whether to go on with the journey, or to stop and be satisfied with the already provided information.
It is always up to us. It is always our decisions.
Curiosity might kill the cat, but a cat has 9 lives – it’s worth a try. Never stop learning. Keep an open mind. Do not let the children in us die.