Dear Sky: I'm sorry if you feel it is underestimated the personal pain and anger you feel regarding Christian abuse, especially dominance and harassment that adds to the resentment. Again I have two friends that had such intolerable grief in this area, it could not even be discussed in their presence without causing emotional and verbal anguish and torment. They have since moved on to let go, but not without years of great struggle. I certainly wish you less pain and suffering than what they went through to get to that point. Someone asked the Dalai Lama at a live presentation if he really held no anger toward the Chinese for what they had done. He grinned and paused, and said with a smile it is "very very difficult." I can only imagine your pain and memories grieve you so insufferably that this is the best way you can express it, which is civil compared with physical ways. For inspiration, I wanted to post you two stories of people overcoming difficult handicaps, barriers or hardships, dealing with what they were given in life: One-Legged Wrestler Wins NCAA Title | ThePostGame Here is the story of a college athlete who finally won an NCAA title after previous defeats and attempts at it.