When our main objective is to make truth relevant to young people, we get neither the truth nor the young people.

Relevant: adj. practical and especially socially applicable.

Truth: n. that which is true or in accordance with fact or reality.

Adulterate: v. render (something) poorer in quality by adding another substance, typically an inferior one.

What do we mix with the truth we give our children?

If the goal is to make the truth entertaining, does it remain true?

If we believe the truth, isn’t it already relevant without our help?

Are we scared that if we don’t make the truth more palatable, they won’t buy it?

Do we even believe what we call the truth?

If we do, why do we worry?