1. What is the difference between knowledge and understanding?
2. Can understanding trump knowledge and override it?
3. What does it take to change rigid ways of thinking when presented with a different set of facts?
4. The narrator concludes at the end, "I learned that truth is truth, no matter what you think about it." What is your bias? How does that bias influence what you perceive to be truth and how you experience it?
5. How do you drop your bias and experience truth as truth?