East of Eden

No, it's for Cal to read.
Start at the fifth verse.
Verse 5.
"l acknowledge my sin unto thee,
and mine iniquity have I not hid.

"l said, I will confess my transgressions
unto the Lord...

"and thou forgavest
the iniquity of my sin. Selah."

ADAM: Go on.
And I suggest a little slower, Cal.
And you don't have to read
the verse numbers.

"For this shall every one that is godly
pray unto thee.

"And surely in the floods of great waters...
"they shall not come nigh unto him.

Not the numbers, Cal.
"Thou art my hiding place,
thou shalt preserve me from trouble...

"thou shalt compass me about
with songs of deliverance. Selah."

- Eight.
- You have no repentance! You're bad!

Through and through, bad.
ARON: Excuse me. I'll go out
and wait for Abra.

CAL: You're right. I am bad.
I knew that for a long time.

I didn't mean that, Cal. I spoke in anger.
CAL: Well, it's true.
CAL: Aron's the good one.
I guess there's just a certain amount...
of good and bad you get
from your parents...

- and I just got the bad.
- That's not true.

Cal, listen to me.
You can make of yourself
anything you want.

It's up to you. A man has a choice.
That's where he's different from an animal.
You don't listen. You'll never remember.