Re: some U.S. observations and notes

From: Amara Graps (
Date: Fri Dec 14 2001 - 17:04:02 MST

>As to your personal choice of where you fit in, Dr. Graps; Europe isn't so
>bad, maybe it's what works best for you? Be happy!

Choosing any place to live one's life is always a haphazard
selection process that usually stems from family, friends, economic,
and personal tastes for a particular environment. Hopefully one has
more "pro" reasons to live in a place, more than "con" reasons to
not live in a place.

Now ask yourself how large are your personal values and ethics and
worldview, and if it is large enough to offset family and economic

If I have every personal (close family, friends, life history) and
economic (more jobs in U.S.) reason to return to the U.S., then why
am I not doing that now? I'm not choosing "pro-Europe" per se as I
am "con-U.S." My ethics and worldview are strongly dictating my
unwillingness to return.


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     "Trust in the Universe, but tie up your camels first."
               (adaptation of a Sufi proverb)

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