But make sure you also let other people be happy with whatever choice they make. Karen Elizabeth Antle Sorry miss, I was born elsewhere and live in London. In fact, I have two nationalities. I feel both welcomed and at home here. I brought with me my customs and learnt new ones. That’s what makes this place rich and exciting. Did anyone ever realize Snoopy sometimes I need to be alone and listen to ABBA shirt the more multicultural a place is the more terrorist attacks happen in those places. France, UK, Germany, USA you name it. Such things never happen in countries like Russia, Poland, Croatia etc. I wonder why. I as an international student overseas I do agree that feeling ‘home’ in somewhere.
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That is not where you originally come from is very important. The anxiety, depression and stress from not feeling belong or settled can harm you so harshly. Over years I made out my own home, have my Snoopy sometimes I need to be alone and listen to ABBA shirt and my friends overseas, I feel like I am home. I’d wager most English feel-like strangers in a foreign land when they go to London. Also, I’d say London isn’t colorful, the only color it has is brown. Where is the Blonde, light brown, red hair, Green eyes, Blue eyes. Well it’s drowned out under a sea of diversity. The message is basically “I love London because it has accommodated itself to welcome me and I’m calling it home because of that”.
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All that’s being pointed out is that you’re making a move to London thinking its one thing and get there but it’s so much more familiar. Making it a better home. London has lost so much of itself to diversity and that’s sad. I’m all for multiculturalism and a wide variety of acceptance. But why not preserve places so we can experience different things. London now and London Snoopy sometimes I need to be alone and listen to ABBA shirt had different things to offer as London. I think it’s an inherently wrong thought pattern to be happy that a place has changed to accommodate you instead of you branching out and experiencing something new. To have a huge problem with this comment is a problem.