"I see," Albus nodded. "That's very good of you." He'd like to think that he'd have done the same for Aberforth, but he couldn't be completely sure. He'd been very different during his school days - he knew now that his siblings had featured much lower in his list of priorities than they should have. Such was the beauty of hindsight, or the cruelty of regret. He couldn't be sure which.
"Well, that's a relief," Albus shot her a small smile, blue eyes creasing at the corners. It only lasted for a moment, however, before his features fell back into their usual thoughtful expression. "Do you have any idea about the work they are hoping to do with the goblins?" he asked, with some curiosity. "I heard something about wands."
Albus had made a promise to himself that he would keep his focus on teaching and stay as far from the 'ministerial' aspects of the castle as he could. However, it was impossible not to overhear some things, with everyone in such close proximity, and he was finding it harder than he expected to keep his distance.
Still, he was here to teach. Or at least learn alongside others. Albus slowed his walking, turning to face Lilu. "So, do you have any idea how you'd like to continue? I suppose exchanging questions and answers, as much as we can, might be a good starting point. At least then we can gauge where things might need some work."