I've always wanted to travel. It'd be the greatest compliment to life, I'm sure you'd agree. I've always wanted to get out of the desert and breathe in the broadleaf evergreen trees, or even needleleaf, and get lost in the foggy day until you climb up that hill and capture the cumulous clouds. It never occurred to me till recently how much your environment influences you. I don't just mean the climate, but the people and how it affects your passions. It made me conclude that wherever my boyfriend and I decide to live it will be somewhere where we would have positive support.
My politics teacher used political parties as an example. He believes you should involve yourself in a party because wherever the majority of the party exists, you should live there to have support for your career choice; in general, it's healthy. I don't agree so much with giving myself a title, however he serves a point. As a lover for creativity and voicing your opinions, I want to be somewhere that consists of free thinkers, positive energy, and relaxation. I picture myself living in the forest someday, but as a political point of view I suppose my desire would fall under liberty. I need to live somewhere where liberals exist because I want support to do things I love and be around people to share that with (maybe that's why I'm going to San Francisco ;-) However, I don't think most people follow this logic, or theory.
How do you feel about this theory? If you agree, has this changed your perception about where you live? If you disagree, please elaborate your reasons. Thanks.