Do you live at the same country where you were born ?
June 3, 2009 9:35pm CST
Hello mylotters , I was born in Palestine , then my family moved into Jordan when I was 6 years old , I still miss my country where I was born , I have visited it many times and I wish If I can go back and live there, But my family has settled down here in Jordan , so it's kinda hard to do so . what about you , do you live where you were born? If not , do you miss your original country ?
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6 Jun 09
Oh. I came here at 19 I have 3 years.. not satisfied .. and not happy.. respecting people differences.. if they like it.. living here.. if I started my life her would be different.. but I grew up with my grandparents.. and they are in my country and the love of my life also... big deal
4 Jun 09
Yes, i still do. I still live here in the Philippines. I love it here because i am used to the culture and everything. If i have to leave Philippines, for sure i will miss this country because i've stayed here all my life and it would be difficult for me to leave and to start a new life on a different country. I might get homesick for a long, long time.
4 Jun 09
Yeah , it is difficult to start a new life in a new country , especieally if you moved when you are grown up , but when you move at a younger age it will not have the same effect on your personality and way of thinking .. have a nice time modstar
4 Jun 09
Yes , i am still leaving in the same country i was born into. No plans in moving to a different though.. But i like to visit some place also aside from my country like to go to europe and usa but still go back to Philippines. I was born here and like to die here
4 Jun 09
Yes, YazEid. I live in the country I was born. I can not think of moving to another country. I love Sweden, a special at this time of the year. But, I have visited others countries, like England, Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Polen, Germany. I have had my share of traveling. Nice to see other countries, see others culture. But nothing is like home.
19 Jun 09
its very hard to explain, i was born in Malaysia and now ilive in India, my parents departed from Kuala Lumpur when i was 9 years old, now im 19.. i always wanted to visit K.L. but i dont get a chance.. but for sure after completing my studies , i will work in K.L. happy to respond..happy mylotting..
4 Jun 09
Hi YazEid, I was born in Scotland and lived there until I was 45. In 1982 I moved to Munich, Germany where I live today. In 1991 I moved to Belgium to take up a very attractive job offer but was happy to find a job back in Munich one year later. I visit Scotland at least once per year and get regular visits from my son, sister and friends. I miss the fish and chips that I loved to eat in Scotland. I am still very much a Scotsman but consider Munich as my adopted home.
26 Jun 10
I was born and brought up in my hometown, but after graduation I was assigned to work in another place in the same province. After working for more than ten years, I moved on to another province. Faraway as I work from my hometown, I still miss it a lot and go home for a visit at least twice a year. When I decide to retire someday, I will spend the rest of my life in my hometown.
19 Jun 09
I'm from the Philippines born here and still in our country. Dont have any chance to go other countries because its hard to get visa. Although sometimes i wanted to live or just visit one particular country its really hard to get visa. Maybe someday i can visit some countries of my dreams =)
18 Jun 09
I live in Siracuse now and i'm born here, but when i was born my parents lived in a little country near siracuse and i lived there until when i was 14 years old. Sincerely i didn't like that country, because it was little and i didn't like the people, they had a old mind...My father was born in this little country and my mother is from siracuse, then they met and they get married, after they lived in a house near my grandmother's house. But my mother was unhappy there and wanted to return in her city, where lived her parents, her brothers....and after 14 years my father decided to leave that little country and buy a new house here. So we live here now, in the same city where i was born, and i like to much it, because it is a big city, there are many hobbyes, many shops, many disco (but there aren't many works!!) ;D
9 Jun 09
I was born in the Philippines and I am still living in the same country today. But I am far away from the place where I was born. I have to travel by boat and then by bus to get there. I visited there sometimes also. Of course I miss also the place. Like I can have peace when I get to the place where I was born and meeting people you know since from birth until I grow up until my family moved to a new place. I still miss the serenity and nature around our old house.
8 Jun 09
I live in England and that was the country that I was born in. During my lifetime I have spent time living in Finland, Australia and the Netherlands. I felt really at home when I lived in Australia. I appreciate living close to mainland Europe and I have got some cheap airfares. I think my home country has a cold climate and I prefer the tropics. I am really keen on traveling. I have visited Palestine and Jordan.
5 Jun 09
Hello there ... me too was born in Palestine but I moved to a Wadi Mousa ... did you ever hear of this place before ??? it's a wonderful place located in Ma'an city ... all of the girls here are so beautiful so many proverbs are being said about this place and the beauty of its girls ...
4 Jun 09
Well, get this. Im Irish, i was born in Sharjah, lived in Dubai form 9 months, then shifted down the desert to Riyadh in which i spent 9 years of my life. I met friends went to school and enjoyed life very much there, especially since we had like 2 holidays a year sometimes and stuff was so cheap. I now currently reside in Malta (tiny island near Sicily) where my parents own a shop and i am currently studying. And no i don't miss Saudi anymore, perhaps the closeness of my friends but malta is like no more than 600 sq MAX, and i enjoy life here ALOT.