Trey’s father passed, and he discusses his feelings/reactions to this profound event. He talks about his relationship with his Father, owning his decision to stop loving him when growing up, as well as his choice to later apologize and heal from old hurt feelings and misperceptions. Steve and Craig also talk about their difficult relationships with their fathers, and the lessons learned. The importance of owning the stories we make up about our childhoods is stressed. It is not what happens, rather the problem is our response to what happens in life. Modern religion is also discussed; is there truth there too?