In The Trumpet of the Swan by E. B. White, Sam Beaver ended each diary entry with a question. Sometimes it related to the subject of his entry, and sometimes it was random. The purpose was "to give him something to think about while falling asleep" (pages 6-7).
Thinking just might be a lost art. Before my children leave my authority, I want them to be able to think.
Here's my question: How will I accomplish this?
I have a feeling it will take more than a really great logic program.