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I was born and raised in Europe (Switzerland). It’s a perfectly fine country in its own right, and I (personally!) believe it’s one of the best countries in Europe for sure.
With that being said, my life changed when I discovered America.
I remember going to the US when I was younger and being amazed at everything I could buy. Everything was so cheap. Not only that, but there was EVERYTHING. Capitalism in the US has created a culture where if you want to sell sweaters for cats, YOU FUCKING CAN. THERE’S A MARKET FOR THAT. I remember flipping a shit when I opened my first SkyMall magazine. America had everything, and I was in shock. I don’t think it’s clear just how excited places like costco made me.
But that wasn’t all.
In my home country, there’s always been this sense of self-defeatism, in the sense that people are extremely realistic and at times pessimistic. You essentially come to terms with the idea that nothing extraordinary will happen to you, sort of, it’s hard to explain. But arriving in America made me realize how different the American spirit is. They were dreamers. The boldest people I had ever met. It was absolutely amazing. Americans aren’t afraid of the impossible, they see it as just another obstacle to surmount. They have this confidence that, while it may lead to mistakes, also leads to the extraordinary, and makes the world go “holy shit that’s incredible.” And in a way, this all makes sense; the people who are today Americans were those who had to tame an entire landscape and survive. They were rugged pioneers and people who clung on to their dreams. This is something that is still see in the American DNA today, and I love it. If you have an insane idea that may change the world, and you believe in it, America is your land. It is the home of the dreamers and shakers. The wildest, most independent minds who refuse to just accept things as is.
Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) during graduation at UCLA on June 15, 1969
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