Celia Barberena and Worship Associates Katie Hamilton and Kathleen Sullivan
Some of us inherit accumulated wealth from our matriarchal or patriarchal lines or from both of them. These provide opportunities to attend good schools, travel, and expand our horizons easily. Some of us do not have these benefits of birth. Born rich or not, we are each a repository of faculties either contained in our DNA or learned from those who raised us. They pass on values, behaviors and beliefs that we hold dear or rebel against. In the end, who are we? Who am I? How did each one of us become the amalgamation of qualities, properties, physical appearance and behaviors that make us who we are?