Our views of living and sometimes even visiting places that are different needless to say based mainly about what we’re accustomed. That’s where we have our standard from where we form our viewpoint. As an example, then move to Mexico, we would naturally compare our life in Mexico with our life in the US if we live in the US and. This occurs all of the right time, and I also among others have actually written a whole lot about any of it. But think about one other method around? What’s it want to reside in Mexico for a time, get accustomed to it, then go to the United States?
I’ll let do you know what my partner reported if you ask me she visited her parents in the Southern California area after we had lived in Mexico for a few years and then.
The initial thing that shocked her had been exactly how high priced every thing had been. (It most likely hadn’t changed much since we lived here, the good news is we’d an alternate standard.)
The 2nd was the traffic, that also most likely hadn’t changed much in a several years, nevertheless now, we’d one thing to compare it to. Pretty anyone that is much has flown into LAX and had to drive just about anywhere has experienced the freeway onramp then. “the stop;” i.e., parking area otherwise referred to as 405 Freeway. Just how can individuals live like this? And just how can they set up because of the pit of debt they should engage in so that you can make money that is enough buy good things? I’m reminded of this exact same rat (the main one in “the race”) for a wheel, running hard, accomplishing nothing. Why head to work and place up with traffic? To make a lot of cash. Why make plenty of cash? Which means you don’t need certainly to head to work and place up with traffic. That calculus doesn’t seem to work down therefore well.
Through the viewpoint of residing here in Mexico in a spot who has traffic jams enduring for mins in place of hours and an expense of residing someplace around 40percent of the same lifestyle in america, the contrast is pretty stark. Continue reading “After Located In Mexico, My Spouse Visits Los Angeles—And Is Surprised”