Okay, I will kindly check your sentence.
To be honest, I don't get its meaning at all.
The first sentence seems okay to me.
The second one causes 2 questions to me.
"Your in pure moments" - Isn't the "in" too much?
First I thought the "your" could be wrong, but I guess it makes sense.
Just the "in" makes me wonder...
"you are PURE card holder" - I believe an "a" would be okay.
"you are a PURE card holder"
I think I have got its meaning now, but maybe a teacher will help you better.
Sorry, my font got messed up - no idea why.
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