A daily dose of Inspiration for you!

Dual citizenship.  Having dual citizenship must enrich lives, but also keep people thinking of both places they call home.  You may even feel comfort, curiosity, yearnings, and more about a favorite vacation destination.  I have not been able to visit a favorite place of mine since my accident.  I miss it and wonder about it, but my memories bring me comfort and positive feelings.  Being a citizen of the country you were born in and the one you currently work and live in must bring many feelings and thoughts.  Charlize Theron seems to live with this quite well.

Charlize Theron was born in South Africa and has had American citizenship since 2007.  She is an actress, producer, and fashion model.  Her dreams of being a dancer ended with knees injuries, however becoming the celebrity she is today became her life.  Many film roles and awards, television, production, modeling, speaking engagements, and activism have involved both countries that she is tried to emotionally and legally.

Charlize Theron is an UN messenger of Peace and founded the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project.  This group fights AIDS/HIV in South Africa, but it also is in support of community outreach programs.  CTAOP advocates for women, children, and community improvements and fights AIDS/HIV.  In the United States she has supported women’s rights, animal rights, same-sex marriage, and other causes.

Do you have more than one place you call home?  Positive conversation about both places can benefit both and you.  Someone else may visit because you shared your thoughts.  You can feel good about sharing.  From thinking about them to taking care of your favorite places you can feel comfort and positive thoughts.

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