That is very true. We can observe that even in our own family and friends. I don't know what happened to me, because I was raised in the same household as my siblings, but I'm the only atheist amongst christians married to christians. I married a buddhist. My mother was not happy when I married my wife in the buddhist church in San Francisco. Not a smile. That was some 56 years ago, and I still think about the time I spent in the US Air Force from 1955 to 1959. I've lived in more different places than any of my family members. I was thinking about this subject a few days ago, and tried to remember where I have lived. Here's the list I remember, but not necessarily in chronological order, because I've lived in Sacramento Oakland and Chicago at several different times. Sacramento, Tule Lake Concentration Camp during WWII, Sacramento, Oakland, Sacramento, Travis AFB, Ben Guerir AFB (Morocco), Walker AFB NM, Chicago, Sacramento, Oakland, Berkeley, Fremont, Naperville IL, and Sunnyvale. I know some people in Sacramento who never left there except for the time during WWII when we were sent to concentration camp. I think I've done more traveling than most, because I have traveled to 88 countries.