Zone of Sulphur
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Zone of Sulphur

The American Mindset

It was once mine. It’s still yours

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I cringe at pre-1964 snapshots of myself.

Why? Because 1964 was the year that I underwent a huge epiphany.

I left the USA to travel and discovered that there were other countries whose people didn’t look like me and who spoke languages that I could not understand. More shockingly, I discovered that contrary to what…




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