Back to Mexican Reality
Back to my life.
Feeling like all my London experience was a Quantum Leap , I came back to my normal life in Mexico.
Yesterday, I went with 3 of my friends to do some cycling. I could only achieve 6 kms, as I am in a very poor shape. :(
Later on, we went to Karina's house, and ate some tortas and quesadillas. Yiau!
Evening time, I went dancing, such a great club. I danced a lotttt. :D
I am still in the process of re-adapting to my country and my people. I've only been here for a week, and my "revolutionary" beliefs are already causing itchiness in my mexican fellas.
What happens in London is that we are all different, so there isn't a unique pattern that rules for all. The values of a japanese, are very different from a muslim.
So, it is very hard to "judge" someone, or something.
My country is exactly the opposite. I was really surprised to realise how conserved mexican society is. We do not have contact with foreign people.
1) Because we are next to the States and everyone wants to go there, not coming to Mexico (And no one wants to go to Guatemala or Belize)
2) The borders are so far from Mexico City.
So, we have an inmigrant population of nearly zero.
In mexican mentality, we are all the same.
That means, we are ALL measured with the same parameter. We ALL have to be married before 30, [I am becoming an excellent prospect to singledom], to be considered "succesfull" we ALL have to have a 9-6pm job, in an excellent company, we ALL have to dress appropiately and we ALL have to think sex is a sin and not a absolutely amazing and fun experience.
I see myself and realise I evolved one or two light years. I learned that not everything is Mexico (surprise!), not everything outside Mexico is USA (surprise! surprise!) and not everything outside USA is Europe or Western civilization (surprise! surprise! surprise!).
As I said in "Thank you very much, indeed" , I am living now the purest version of my self. And I've never been so happy with me since I met me. (Well, maybe when I was in the kindergarden) So, I refuse to go back to limiting beliefs. It is antinatural.
Life is evolution, not involution.
And this is just the beginning. I have only been here one week.
I guess my father and the mexican society will have to resign I am the black sheep, and deal with it.