Naturally one is more likely to have one’s attention grabbed by it at a young age in areas where there are more Christians and churches, also of course where one is allowed to take notice of it.
Three of my grandparents changed religion twice in their own lifetimes, therefore I am of a family of intrepid explorers!
Though in canon law we were Catholics, our surrounding atmosphere was either agnostic or middle-of-the road protestant. In spite of specific learning differences in some other areas, I’ve never had trouble with the sophistication of that, being a very strong visual thinker.
It appears to me the Christian faith comes closer to one as a person than other faiths.
I have had periods of backsliding but it’s evident there have been big moves of Providence in my life and the lives of some people I’ve known. I had the opportunity to study remarkable Scriptures with others over many years, mostly informally. I’m just learning to pray more in the awareness of the Paraclete.
I believe everybody’s journey is unique.
I am very interested in the wide world, its countries and peoples and long history. I think they’ve all got a lot to tell me.