Humankind yearns for more than what life really is, which explains part of the origin of religions. It’s nice to imagine something like a god watching over you and you getting all this nice shit when you die. So your parents follow that religion, well, so will you. Because you’re then taught it, and taught oh you better not question this religious stuff, and all that smart stuff is just mumbo jumbo! Just keep your mouth shut, and your eyes closed, and stay in line just like ever other religious person of your faith. You’re not taught to think, you’re taught to be quiet. So, you’re brought up as a christian, no knowledge of anything logical, and ingrained in your mind is the process of not questioning, so naturally you’re entire drive of curiosity has been cleared. No natural yearning for learning. hehe, anyway, in destroying this drive, you’ll never learn anything useful, which also, in your religion, will make you afraid of change. New information is change. You’re afraid of this, especially because you do not understand this. So you definately won’t learn anything new, and you’ll be taught that you’re going to teach your kids to follow all of this same path, so it’ll continue for generations.
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