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I'm a former flight attendant for United Airlines and now own a franchise with my husband, pilot from the same airline and former U.S.A.F. We both still young but between the two of us we've been to practically every country in the world with the exception of rare few.
The U.S. is still a great country to live in and it will remain one of the best for many purposes. It will not remain as conservative as it was in the past though. Generations change and the world is changing really fast, that is OK and the U.S. will be alright. It is absurd to desperately cling to the past when we see our own sons and daughters with a state of mind alien to us.
The U.S. will keep changing like the rest of the world, but we'll be the U.S. for quite some time.
Have you ever wondered: 'What is the meaning of my life?"? "Who am I?" If you have, you are not the only one, most people have. From experience, I know that unless you know the answer to the "Who am I?" question; no possession, place, person, or condition will ever satisfy you for long. You will always be looking for the next thing that promises greater fulfillment. The thing or person you hope will complete the incomplete sense of self or fills that emptiness you feel within.For me, the "Who am I?" question would just not go away. I had to find out the answer. The thing was, it was not that my life was that bad, it was just that I felt something was "missing."I made the decision to embark on this journey of self discovery.It also requires some effort to uncover the answer.We don't receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves.