I was recently with someone who was nervous that they were too young and knew too much. At first, this could sound arrogant and conceited (I'm sure there was some immaturity there) but I don't think it was.
It was a scarce worldview. There isn't that much blow-your-mind-information-especially-about-God out there and what if I know most of it already? What then?
We just discovered the Universe has 10 times more galaxies than we thought. We're now estimating 2 trillion galaxies.
1 million seconds is about 11.5 days,
1 billion seconds is about 32 years
1 trillion seconds is equal to 32,000 years.
If you spent 1 million dollars every day since the day Jesus was born you still wouldn't have spent 1 trillion dollars.
There are 2 trillion galaxies. If you could explore a galaxy every second it would take 64,000 years. We live in a Solar System that we've only just begun to explore. Barely.
There is no room for scarcity in this universe, except for the realization that we can scarcely know anything at all.