Saint John Paul II says that youth is a time when people naturally seek out a way to live life (“To Teach Them Love,” CUA Primer, page 42). In a related point, he goes on to say that young people are also searching for beauty in their love. He says that even if young people give in to weakness and follow flawed models of love, they still desire love that is beautiful and pure. In what ways have you seen that, even when we make mistakes about love, we still have a desire for the best kind of love? Interestingly, Saint John Paul II adds the comment “This is as true of boys as it is of girls.” What do you think about that comment?