The Unanswered Question in New York

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A Wandering Memory

From my early teens and into my 20’s I had a single dream, to live in America.

In hindsight I can see now that this dream was based on a mix of indoctrination by Hollywood films, music and TV, that’s not to forget all of the media stories and historic moments we are reminded of every day. I later discovered this feeling had a whole ethos behind it, experienced by millions around the world, commonly referred to as ‘the American dream’. Although mine wasn’t driven by the ‘better life’, opportunity or prosperity elements, I was simply driven by the glitz and glamour of what I saw in the movies and heard through the music. I’ll be completely honest and admit that when I lived in America, during a University exchange program, I felt more popular, I felt unique, I felt different, and I actually felt like I belonged… This was where my…

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2 thoughts on “The Unanswered Question in New York

  1. Really nice article! America is the second country I can call ‘home’. From the first time I went there, the day of my 10th birthday, I tried to go back as much as possible. During my second year of college, I’m planning to find a workplace for a year, and as soon as I graduate from college, I’ll definitely move there, and live happily with my American boy. I know how it can be hard to enter the States, but I know that everything will be fine. So far, America has always been a country where I felt safe, happy. 🙂

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    1. That’s great to hear.. I had the same dream years back. Unfortunately it didn’t work out for me due to a incredible very personal story that I will share with all later. I hope you like it when it’s posted its very personal. I wish you all of the luck on the world x

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