I was reading something today that said most people start thinking about philosophical problems like the meaning of life, whether anything is really right or wrong, and questioning the basis of traditional morality and religious beliefs around the age of 14. Which sounds about right for me. I think I was probably 13/14 when I started to ask questions about why certain things were considered morally wrong or right, and so on. I think it was also when I started to question my religious beliefs, read more about other religions, explored agnosticism and atheism. I was wondering if other people here had similar experiences? And what sources did you turn to get answers?Or if you had markedly different experiences from mine, I'd love to hear about that too.