What's one thing you regret not experiencing?

The one thing I regret not experiencing is the love of my parents. A parent love I believe is powerful. It's just like building a house. In order for the structure to be stable it requires strong foundation. We humans also require strong foundation and if this is missed, our lives suffer as a consequence.

We all need caring, nurturing, love, laughter, joy, structure, peace, ect; which should be the foundation of all humans. The lack of my parents love caused me much pain. A pain in the heart if not resolved leads to something else. When I see a family together, going shopping, child on the shoulder of his or her father, a mother wiping the tears from her child's eyes, it brings back the memories and I wish I was a child again to receive that love.

As I have said before, you can't dwell on what might have been. Regret is a negative energy and all it does is suck you dry. I believe my parents did what they knew and now I am old to know the difference I better get on with it and build my own strong foundation. It is my life and I must choose how best I can live it and hopefully make an impact before I leave.

Should I move to Denmark?

After college I moved from the US to Sweden for three years.  The fact that my parents were from Sweden, I had a passport and spoke the language fluently helped.  Overall, it was a great experience.  However, I realized how hard it was to break into the society.  People seemed

What's the worst thing you came home to after a vacation?

The smell of grape juice.My dad had decided he wanted to try making wine from the grapes off our muscadine vines one summer when I was a kid. He bought the home kit which included a flimsy plastic tank and other gear, and followed the directions. After everything

What is the movie Training Day about?

Training Day is a police action drama about a veteran officer who escorts a rookie on his first day with the LAPD's tough inner-city narcotics unit. The main theme is the thin line between doing what is necessary and doing what is just and right.