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Would you insist your kids follow your religion?

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No, they are free to make this decision themselves..
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They would be exposed to my religion as kids but as adults, that'll be their own decision.
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No, never I would do that. I will give them the freedom to choose the religion that they will follow.
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chris.mall
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I am not going to impose my religion to my future kids. At the right age, they can choose whatever Religion they want to belong. But I just hope that they'll be Christian just like me.
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I'm not a religious person so it's their choice when they grow up. For all I know, they might end up more religious than me.
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I am not going to insist my religion to them but I want them to grow up spiritual.
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As much as possible I would like them to have the same religion with me. It will be easier for me to communicate and teach them what I've learned.
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I am not going to insist my religion to them but I want them to grow up spiritual.
I agree! As long as they believe in something.
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Being religious is different from being spiritual. I like spirituality for them too.
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As much as I'd like to but I know that they have to discover God by themselves. They will know Him, maybe the way I did.
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Being religious is different from being spiritual. I like spirituality for them too.
Same here. That's what I want them to be...to be spiritual knowing their Creator and their own divinity.
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Not at all. I believe in having the freedom to choose your religion. As long as it's not a cult though.
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Of course! I would want them to see the good in my religion. The people are so helpful also that I don't see any reason why'd they choose something else.
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