When a small airplane got into trouble, the pilot bailed, leaving a lawyer, a priest and a young girl, but only two parachutes. The lawyer insisted that he was the smartest man on the plane and deserved to survive. So he grabbed a chute and jumped. The priest looked at the girl and, reflecting back on his long and wonderful life, told her to go ahead and take the last parachute.
“No need, Father,” the girl said. “The smartest man on the plane just jumped out with my book bag.”