Probably the most interesting area for all young people is: What do grown-ups mean by “the future”? This question comes in many forms, such as speculation about possibilities (What can I grow up to be?), to speculation about the childhoods of parents or grandparents (“Did you walk to school or take a schoolbus?”) to amazement at current achievements (“Now that a man has gone to the moon, will we all live on other planets?”). Then there are the questions that transcend generations (“Why is the sky blue? Where does the sun go at night? “Are angels real?”). In formal educational settings, of course, the basics of language structure (grammar), mathematics, geography, etc. will occupy all the young minds. One perplexing question is "Where did I come from?" which can result in a physiological conversation or a religious one.