Immigration is transitioning from one place to another because of the need for better. Sometimes, better is uncomfortable as the pressure to assimilate overwhelms. Initially, any time there is change, there is immigration, and any time there is immigration, there is conflict. Often, we arrive at the border of better and return to our original position because we resist evolving; however, once we’ve been exposed to better, we can’t settle with returning to former mindsets and lifestyles. When we endure the torture, truth, and transition of immigration, we will be empowered and made anew!
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