Global events displayed daily on our televisions, read in newspapers and on-line causes us to develop a pessimistic view of the world. The large numbers of innocent people suffering and dying for causes they may not even care about or understand casts a negative view of the world that is being passed on to our children and future generations. This, in turn, is causing them to become suspicious, lose faith, feel insecure and, in the end, hopeless about their future.
It is no secret that the way we see the world can be influenced by our environment and experiences. "Expat Vision" is a term that tries to explain how those willing to live long-term abroad have developed a way of thinking beyond boundaries and finding commonalities in life in their adopted environment.
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After making the decision to move overseas and setting the departure date, it is time to start preparing. Moving overseas requires much more than moving to another city or state and it can be quite daunting. Therefore the more you do in advance of your departure the better you’ll be ready for your journey.