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QUOTE My grandfather used to tell my mom that kids should never have to worry about anything more serious than baseball. Everything you need to know is there. It has success and failure, moments where you come together and moments where you stand alone, and it has an ending. Not a clock, like in other sports, but an ending. “And that,” my grandfather used to say to my mom, “Is as close as a kid should have to come to that sort of thing.” --- I asked my dad once about his dad, my grandfather. I knew he’d had some hard times but I didn’t know a lot more than that. I said to my dad, “I guess maybe he was kind of lost.” “Not lost really,” my dad said, “but for a while he was definitely bewildered.” -- I remember my mom telling me that she only went to church once, with once with her mother of Easter Sunday. When the minister said that the kingdom of heaven was within her that scared her half to death. It meant it was all up to her. People want the comfort of strong arms, they look to the voices in their heads, to drugs, they look to the sky. -- When you’re a kid, anything can take you away. Soap bubbles or a hose spraying a rainbow up over a new mowed lawn. I guess growing up means that it gets harder and harder to find your way back to that kind of place where you can be taken. The one time I see grown-ups with that same sort of look on their faces, is when they’re first falling in love.
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MOVIE TITLE Taken - 2002