Moving from South Korea to America as a teenager was a cultural shock to my system. Many of the values that I grew up learning in the East, for example – respecting elders at all times or following the boss’s instructions without question – were not values that my Western peers valued or cared for. These differences were apparent in all aspects of my life and made it difficult for me to connect with others.
This meditation taught me that the changes I was going through in my environment did not have to hinder what was going on inside of me. I don’t know if people American born citizens can relate to my situation, but I’d like to share a list of the positive changes I saw from an immigrant’s point of view:
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