Why do you need to learn about your culture, and not just assume that everyone else does?
The question, which has been repeatedly asked, is a complex one, and there are many different answers.
As a child of the ’60s, I had no idea how to think like a modern person.
I assumed everyone was the same, even though they might have different political leanings, economic status, and personal histories.
As an adult, I have learned to take my beliefs seriously and act on them in ways that are meaningful and consistent.
The first step to thinking critically is to ask yourself, What is my culture and why do I want to be part of it?
The second step is to acknowledge that culture is just a way to make sense of a world that is changing.
And the third step is always to take a look around you and ask yourself what makes you feel unique and what makes your life different.
Asking these questions is what I did when I was at my lowest point.
When I first began to wonder what it meant to be an American, I thought of the great cities of the country, but I never asked myself what that meant.
I just assumed everyone else was doing it.
It wasn’t until I was an adult that I began to question my cultural assumptions and wonder what they meant to me.
I am no longer interested in telling my kids that I think they’re weird, or that my grandparents are weird, but that my parents were and that I’m an American.
And I do not want them to feel the way I do.
As my family has grown, I feel more confident about myself and my own identity.
I have started to think about the culture that I grew up with.
I feel like my family is an important part of me, even if they are not my parents.
My father and mother are not the only Americans I have ever met.
My sister and her friends are not foreigners to me, either.
The cultural differences that I have identified are very real and very relevant to my own life.
If I could ask you to ask me a question that is a part of my culture, what would it be?
Is it something that we’ve always talked about?
If so, what is it that we are still talking about?
What is it about us that makes us unique?
I hope that you can be a part and that you find the answers that you are looking for in your own family.