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"Our memories only belong to us in the way that we remember them, tinted with the moment, shadows cast in time’s sweetly bitter light. Depending how close we stand, they are stretched and ill-defined, dissolving into the darkness of distance, or small, tight, sharp edged, black pools around our feet, and any of the shades that fall in between. The past is gone forever as it was, replaced now by what we wish is."
Imprinting (Baby-Duck- Syndrome). Growing up with christian parents make people act like christians, when they become adult. They are only able to break out, if they receive a conciousness of the real sense of their life. Hardly 10% of them will do it.