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yes America has no soul a bad culture and is devolved of love but after studying Buddhism for a bit
im been trying to "accept things as they are" and just deal with it life has good and bad America
is good for a job and your basic needs you won't starve here BUT the lack of soul
is too much for me a good friend of mine said
"intelligent people are more prone to depression" this is very true once I stopped
watching T.V and started notching that people here really are going to work themselves to their grave
work work work doesn't anybody here care about each-other?
so im currently a college student I can choose a 2 year degree or go to 4 and get the heck
out of this country for good so what do you guys think should I just do 2 year associate and leave?
or stick out for 4