No matter where any of us live, we've all been greatly affected by what's been going on in the world. It seems that lately, whenever we read or hear anything in the news, it's inevitability about shootings and/or terrorism. The world appears to be filled with so much anger and hate, which seems to be causing an intense rippling effect.
And I have to be honest with you, in reaction to these atrocities, I too went through a period of feeling not only anger and hate, but also a heavy sadness.
I know I've probably mentioned this before in a previous post, but I LOVE to watch clouds. In fact, I love to watch the sky. Period. Things like a sunrise, a sunset, a full moon, the stars. And not only do I appreciate the sky on a bright, sunny day, but also on a cloudy and/or stormy day because the sky looks so beautifully ominous.
For me, one of the most appealing things about New York is its vast diversity.
It is a city in which you are surrounded by various cultures, neighborhoods and boroughs, each containing and contributing its own unique flavor. New York City is like a big pot of wedding soup with lots of delicious ingredients married together, making up the special recipe of what makes it so great.
Yeah I know, another post about New York City. Oh well, what can I tell you other than I've been in a New York state of mind for the past three months. I mean, you would think that I live there from all the posts I share about it, right? I find myself going to visit at least once or twice a month because right now, New York City is where my passion lies. And just between you and I, I can so see myself living there again. You never know.