Traveling to different places and experiencing various cultures really broaden my horizon and open my mind. Japan, Australia, Thailand, Philippines, Hong Kong, Macau, Mexico, Canada, Iraq, Kuwait, and Spain are some of the places I have visited. Of course, I would like to travel to many other countries such as Egypt, Peru, Italy, Greece, England, France, and many more.
While we can't even travel within our own solar system efficiently, I find it a bit arrogant for people to discredit the possibility of alien existence. Earth is just a grain of sand in the universe. We don't even know all the species on Earth. As a matter of fact, we can't even travel freely to the depth of our own ocean. How can people discard the idea of another sentient being living in another part of the galaxy?
I don't conform to the conventional thinking nor the customs. I validate my own moral and my social protocol. That's because people pay more attention on the superficial level instead of the deeper level. I don't need the sugar coating to keep my world intact. Can you handle the truth?
I love reality tv, No, not Jersey Shore, Cake Boss, or so on. I like to know why nobody is doing anything while Syria's government is killing their civilians with military AND torturing/murdering children. I want to know why Treyvon Martin's case has so much publicity while almost nobody knows who Craig Anderson is. A group of white Mississippi teenagers went looking for a black person to harass after a party. They drove 20 miles away and came upon Craig Anderson. They beat the crap out of Craig Anderson and ran him over with their truck to finish him off. This happened in 2011. How is that for reality?
Pro choice, pro gay marriage, environmental friendly, pro legalizing marijuana, pro legalizing prostitution, and pro overhauling the election system, health care system, and education system.
Are you the one that chooses to live in a make believe world like in the movie Matrix? Or you are the one that chooses to live in the reality? I am the later one.