All material collected by children is likely to be relevant because they will be attracted to those aspects which they find interesting. The theologically educated may want to separate what is strictly religious from social custom and national and regional idiosyncrasies. The idea of historical expression and development is powerfully expressed in art. Pictures of the Buddha, for instance, and scenes of his life can be found from Chinese silk paintings, frescoes in India, and relief carving and statuary. The basic idea is to use the art and mythologies of different religious traditions in order to explore human ideas on creation, life, evil and so on, the basic human enquiries which recur in myths and art. Most students would gain more from a less verbalizing approach. For them the philosophical and theological ideas must be expressed in the vivid images and examples used by the sages themselves, and these can give an extra depth to projects like sharing, or poverty.