I learned that I am capable of more than I thought.
I know the anxiety that comes from the unknown. I know the bartering that goes on: begging the minute hand to move just a little bit slower. I know people will write in their own goodbye scene and it won’t always be the one we pictured.
You realize a lot of the stereotypes are actually true.
Calling my time in New York a failure because it ended would make about as much sense as calling a long plane ride a failure because the plane eventually landed.
You’re the salad shop that Canada deserves.
In the real world, our sorting ceremony doesn’t happen once but over and over again.
You’re no longer the space that holds me together, you’re the empty walls that tear me apart.
I resented the city that had once seemed like everything to me.
I have no home of my own, no job and less than $2,000. So why don’t I feel depressed? It’s not just that I’m in sunny Florida. See, with my lack of money, position and prospects comes a very real sense of freedom. As “Me and Bobby McGee” says, “Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose.”
MBTI Type can even show correlation to certain political preferences in America’s biggest cities, and given the current political climate of the nation, this could be important to where you choose to live.