My father was Catholic and my mother was Protestant. And they both agreed that religion was a bit tricky and they should avoid it in its troublesome sense. And so we had a healthy disrespect for what you might call formal religion. But somehow I found a way to still have a faith. Because you know that old thing: you get just enough religion to inoculate you against it? I never had that.
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