You know, those seemingly unanswerable questions - unanswerable in the sense that the only possible answer is going to be irrational. No, not about abuse; nor about those faux-philisophical questions that people ask to make themselves sound "deep" (i.e. - "if a tree falls in the woods and nobody is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" Of COURSE it makes a sound, you dolt!). I mean, about the rest of life.
For instance; one day, I drove up to the ATM at the local bank down here. While waiting for it to do its thing, I just happened to notice that all the buttons on the ATM are embossed with Braille - raised bumps arranged in certain ways, which blind people can "read" by feeling with their fingertips. You find Braille on other things too, like wall signs and elevator buttons.
Then it occurred to me - why was there Braille on this ATM? In case a blind person drives up and needs to use it?