Ignoring the world’s problems can be a bittersweet pain killer. You can only go so long before realizing you fooled yourself–when everything, including your breath in the cold air, is staring back at you.
I gave my condolences to dignity a long time ago, so I won’t bother insulting anyone else or my honesty as well.
Perspective is not only the way you look at yourself but also a measure of whether you can live with yourself.
Some people say, “You only go around the world once.” But Nader Gamez can tell you that it can be done a few times. Nader has a wide background of experience in his upbringing, saying: “I’m basically a Chicago street thug combined with border town Texican and a side of Madison midwesterner.” He graduated with a BA in International Studies from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, with a minor in drinking.
Since then, he has worked several law enforcement and correctional jobs starting with the Dane County Sheriff’s Office, the Waukesha Police Department, the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and Department of Health Services, and Mendota Mental Health Institute. He also competed in amateur boxing as well as with local rugby teams. Currently, he spends his time writing about his past successes and failures, showing future boxers the best ways to avoid a severe concussion, and striving to make the perfect spinach quiche.