The things that we experienced in the past can affect the way
howwe look at people. I have beenwent into the USA when I was 20 years old. It was quite an earlyyoung age to affect my view of life(?). I spent three months there. It was my first experience asin living inabroad without my family. I met so many people from different cultures. I learned a lot about theother cultures. The whole experience shaped my outlook and the way I live now.
When I started to observe the people and how they behave in the USA, I noticed it was a little bit different from my country. I felt
there waspeople have more respect tofor each other. I could not believe what I saw in the beginning. Then I thoughtwondered whether the actions of the people waswere real or not. People should respect each other even though they are not close. Even it is not intimate. In other words, it is necessary to live all together (get along with each other ?). For example, I have seen people who were in the line to takequeueing up to withdraw money from the ATM were waiting after a huge gap between them and who had taken moneyand were standing some distance away from the person using the machine . To me, it was a sign toof respect for the person who takesis withdrawing money from the ATM because they want to give a space to person for doing his or her transaction safely. It is being considerate to give some personal space to the person using the ATM. It is not like that in Turkey.
The other thing was the experience of meeting so many people from many different countries. It changed my perspective of life. I
saw there arehave come across so many different types of people inof different shapes, races, the clothesdressed differently, becausewhich was quite a change for me as there are not so many different cultures in my country. It made me tolearn not to judge and to be more open-minded. In addition, I started to not care what other people think. I realized people are free to wear howwhat they want. I mean sometimes even in a crazy way and they seemit seems like like they do not care what others think.
thesemy three months in the US werewas a great learning experience about life. It builtwidened my perspective and expandedmy view of life. When I look at people and the world around me, I feel wiser in a way. SomeOur past experiences can change us and shape our outlook.
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