"The moment I was born, my name, home, cultur, and religion were chosen for me. And through out my life I've been fighting for things I never chose."
And if someone would kindly rearrange the words into something more intellectual while maintaining the meaning, I'd appreciate it. Don't trust my English. Lol
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Maybe the programming parts of childhood yes I totally agree. But once a person is out from under the care / roof of the influence of our raising we become independent to know ourself enough to decide is that the person we want to be
I was raised under a roof that for the most part was of a racist culture. I was in no way ok with that mind set, I bit my tongue on more than one occasion so to avoid the hassle confrontation within the family ; as mentally it drove a wedge. The wedge has solidified over the years. My sibling by my views are wrong and that's on them , I held my sence of values that I've always had. I don't care what differences a persons skin came in , I am hoping this Person wanted to keep what ( programming in a sense ) was chosen for him , or did they choose to accept.0