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Materialistic and Greedy World

Our world has become so materialistic and greedy. Actually, scratch that, the USA is more materialistic and greedy than any other country in the world. I was born and raised in the USA and I have no problem saying these kind of things about the country. Now, I’ve seen women and men rampaging into the stores on black Friday and trying to get these new ipads or brand new toys for not only their children but also for themselves. I get it, everyone wants to stay updated with the new technologies and toys, but there’s a line. For example, no 3 to 15 year old should have a phone, ipad, or anything along those lines. If you have a computer or laptop, make it a family one. Kids shouldn’t have those sorts of things.

On top of all of that, don’t work just for the money. You are going to get burned out. Personally if you are just working for the money then there’s something wrong with you. Money doesn’t make the world go around. When I go to work, I don’t think about my paycheck. I actually think about helping the patients and trying to figure out how to make them feel better. Not once will I think about how much will I get paid. I feel sad for our country and other countries who always think just about money and materialistic things.

Honestly, stop being materialistic and greedy.

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Just Like Us..( Save the Animals)

They walk, eat, breathe, communicate, hunt and try to survive on this planet just like every body else. I’m an activist and I am always trying to protect the animal kingdom.
Pandas, tigers, ligers, dogs, cats, meerakats, prairie dogs, snakes, among all of the other animals in the kingdom are all unique and are special. They have feelings, they talk and communicate within their groups and also between other species. They have families and groups that they live in. They are just like us humans.

For the record, I’m not against hunting. I get it, people need meat to survive. But I am fully against poachers. Poachers are just greedy and thrive off of money and power.

I’m seeing a big number of species becoming extinct and honestly it is insane. We, as a society, need to get off our butts and take action. We need to help protect the animal kingdom and make sure that they survive the next 100 years, because we have lost several different species from the Tasmanian Tigers to the dinosaurs. Make a donation, start a group, go to different countries, try to enforce laws, anything that will help save the animal kingdom will help a great deal.

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Searching for the Fountain of Youth….

There are so many different types of surgeries to get rid of the wrinkles and stretch marks. There is also a variety of creams that lifts up the skin, supposedly making it look younger.
Our society is so wrapped up with trying to find the cure to stay young forever. I’ve seen women who are in their 70’s who are trying to pass as a 50 year old woman. Why? Why would you want to look younger? I wouldn’t. Not in a million years. I’m 23 but I still look 17, this is due to my genetics. And I’ve been told by older women that it is a million times better to look younger. Personally, I would rather look my age or older.
I’ve noticed that the USA is more obsessed with looking younger, and I find it sickening. Be happy with your skin. Embrace the stretch marks and wrinkles. There is nothing wrong it. I’m not caught up with the whole chase of the “fountain of youth”. I have stretch marks and I’m perfectly fine with it. In fact, I embrace the stretch marks.

Stop trying to search for the cure to look young forever. People for thousands of years have been trying to search for the fountain of youth. Personally, I think it is ludicrous and insane.

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Freedom To Love

Out of the 50 states in the United States, only 35 states actually allow same-sex marriage. Really? Only 35 states. Our country needs to get off their a**es and actually realize that everyone, and I mean everyone should be able to marry whoever they want. It doesn’t affect your life in any way. So why would you destroy the dreams of those who want to marry whoever they want.

France, Spain, Finland, New Zeland, Canada,  and 13 other countries have made it fully legal for same-sex marriage to happen. Thank God for those countries! They actually know what they are doing!

Now for those against it, that’s okay, you don’t have to agree with it but you should let them get married. And for those who use your religion to say that, “it’s against the bible” or “it is a sin”. For one, no. No. No. If it is against the bible, Quran, or any other religious text, then I can turn the tables on you and say, “it is also a sin to get a divorce, it says so in the bible” or “the bible or other religious text, also says you can’t get tattoos because that is a sin too”. But somehow that person who is against same-sex, will automatically say, “no its not the same”. Do not twist the words from the religious texts to suit you. This right here is why I’m not religious, I’m spiritual. I believe in God and have a great friendship with him, and I know, I know for a fact that God loves everyone and accepts everyone for who they are.

We are in the 21st century, it is time for a change. It is time for everyone to be happy and be able to get married to whoever they want.

activist · beingunique · healthy · humor · love · Quirky · utopian


I have always been a believer of having a sense of humor. Being able to make a joke and laugh with others. I find that fun and a way to socialize.

Now, my sense of humor is a bit odd. I am a mix of dark and perverted, but I am also clean and kid friendly. The things that comes out of my mouth surprises my friends and coworkers. They never know what will come out of my mouth. My family knew what they were getting into when I was a kid. So I feel sorry for my family, haha, I’m just kidding. But I find that having a sense of humor is important in every day life.

I’ve ran into a few people in my lifetime where they didn’t have a sense of humor. They were just dry and took life way too seriously. To end this post, I just want to say, please don’t take life way too seriously and learn to laugh and have a good time.

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Live life to the fullest

I am the type of person who lives life to the fullest. Following my passions, going back to college, traveling the world, exploring new delicacies, among many other things. I do the things that I have always wanted to do.

My advice to everyone is to live life to the fullest. Do things that you have always wanted to do. Be more adventurous. Go ziplining, backpacking in another country, scuba diving. Anything. Don’t be afraid to have some fun in your life. I don’t recommend sleeping with hundreds of people, sure it is adventurous, but not healthy in anyway; so just don’t do that.

Life is about growing as a person; physically, emotionally and spiritually. You need to experience life to the fullest. Go on adventures and create memories. 

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A Canvas

I have always seen the body as a canvas.
You can add tattoos, piercings, lacings, pretty much anything to your body.
There are a lot of people who are against tattoos and piercings, and that’s perfectly fine. But for those who would like to express themselves, then go ahead, express yourself with tattoos and piercings.
I, myself, have 3 tattoos. My tattoos express who I am as a person. I do have a tattoo that is for my grandma who passed away when I was a little kid. Each tattoo is a symbol that is close to me. Down the road, I do plan on getting more tattoos. But I have to design the tattoo and that does take some time.
A little fun fact: tattoos have been around since the dawn of time. Ancient tribes and civilizations always used tattoos as a way to protect one another. Certain tattoos are supposed to protect the person. And also some of the ancient tribes tattooed specific animals on their bodies, the reason for this is because the animal was supposed to be that persons spirit guide.

Your body is a canvas..a journal per se. Design it however you want.