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- Okinawa, Japan
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Come on now... enough about me. Tell me about yourself.
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What is the perfect life? Well what would the perfect life be described as? Most people would assume having a vast wealth would be part of it, or something as simple as owning a house, car, wife and children. You could also believe the perfect life would be having all ambitions, desires, and dreams in life fulfilled. Though all that may seem true, and to some that one would consider to be the perfect life. I’ve always had a different view.
The coffee in the morning is refreshing as always. Whether you want black, or an intoxicatingly sweet creamed cup of caffeine, the choice is always yours. With unlimited free cups of cappuccino, mocha, or latte’s; you can create as many blends as you want without charge.
The line in the cafeteria is always empty early in the mornings. Although there are so many different choices, I always grab the same combination to complete my morning routine. Taking my time, I relax and drink my coffee. Just sitting there I could be listening to music and drinking mocha for around 45 minutes to an hour before leaving.
I step outside in the evenly chilled air, enough not to need a jacket. Always leaving with a smile. “What is your life worth? How much of that time do you spend playing video games, watching tv, or depressed? What is life worth if all you do is work, or lay around sleeping? There is no proper or correct way to spend your life, or determine its worth. That is completely up to you."
"I—make sure that every second I breathe, is another second I appreciate and another second I spend living my life.”
I wake up and rush at 4:00 AM every morning so that I can eat at the café. It’s the only time it’s not packed and the only time you can run through the line without being late for work in the morning. It’s an easy place to get food even though the establishment takes around $300 out of my paycheck regardless whether or not I eat the food. The coffee is a cheap powder based substance that uses substitute milk and hot water, which not all the time dispenses the proper amount of either. The building blocks off any service signal, so what little songs I have on my phone is my only choice of entertainment for as long as I’m in there.
I step outside in the inconsistent rainy weather, but not enough to need an umbrella. Always exiting with a smile.
Now about the “Perfect Life”. No, some will say I don’t have the perfect life. It’s a good argument to make, but I will always have my opinions on that. If I don’t have the “Perfect Life” then I’d like to say I have the “Perfect Perspective” and that is all I need.