And looked over this city that I’ve lived, breathed, and eaten for the past 9 months. In that moment, I decided that I will be back in Paris, maybe a year from now, maybe 10 years from now. But either way, I will live in Paris again for a while.
On the following issues I probably align best with Conservatives :
I think those getting assistance from the government should work for the help they receive
I think voter ID is a reasonable idea, in principle
I believe non-felons, the mentally…
THIS GUY. FOLLOW HIM. I agree with almost everything, save for a couple of things. Also, I’m a religious man, unlike Mr. Holter (though that is simply a surface level difference and I have no problem with that)
Because I’ve been traveling Europe with my brothers. It’s so nice to have a little bit of home with me while I’m traveling.
One thing has been bothering me. I keep blogging and re-blogging pics of girls (and sometimes guys) with the perfect bodies. By “perfect” I of course mean what media idealizes as the perfect body. I’m starting to look at myself physically and realize that there is no perfect, and that we are all imperfect. Obvious realization? I think so too. But the fact of the matter is I’m not going to pretend like it isn’t true. I’m not going to say “It’s a tired and reused phrase, to hell with it.”
And what I believe and practice now, I’ve said I was going to do since freshman year of college. Has it taken me this long to finally follow my philosophy? Mistakes were made, and a new way of thinking was born. Yet it was never followed. I kept making the same mistakes over and over again. Lately I’ve been learning better, but it still surprises me that what I thought freshman year is only now being put into practice. I guess I was never really learning from my mistakes as well as I thought I was.