A couple of weeks ago, I found myself in the Mexican capital, Mexico City, looking at some of the things I thought I knew about Mexico.
In the US, I have no idea what’s in the food I eat, or where to find it, or how to get it.
I don’t know what Mexico is like.
But I do know that I like it.
I also knew that Mexico was not always the place I wanted to visit.
I didn’t want to be there when it was a time of great political unrest.
I wanted it to be the way it was, and I thought Mexico could be.
But the truth is that the country has not always been the way I thought it should be.
There was the time I lived in an area where we had very little, or no, public transportation.
The first car I drove was a Mercedes Benz.
I had no idea how I would live in Mexico.
I wasn’t comfortable in the way Mexico was.
And so I got a job as a cashier at a grocery store, which is a different kind of job.
I was very lucky, in that I was able to get to work and eat food that I loved.
Mexico’s people are not always as lucky.
But they are just as talented and creative, just as smart, and just as open-minded.
Mexico is a country with great diversity, and Mexico is full of ideas.
The best of Mexico is found in the arts, in the museums, and in the literature.
There is a rich tradition of writing and the sciences, but that is also a legacy of the country’s Spanish roots.
Mexico’s literature and art is a testament to the countrys long tradition of creativity.
Mexico was the first country in Latin America to embrace the ideas of the Enlightenment, a time when ideas were being used for good rather than evil.
In the last two decades, Mexico has become a magnet for many talented young Mexicans, and it is a place where Mexico’s writers, artists, and thinkers can find their calling.
The people of Mexico are proud of their country.
But we need to be proud of our people, too.
To be a good citizen, Mexico needs to be open, respectful of other people, and honest about its own past and present.
The country has a proud history of freedom, independence, and openness, and this is a critical component of its identity.
In Mexico, we are a country that is proud of what we have, and we must not be afraid to tell our own story, or our own stories to the world.
We are proud to be Mexican, to be a Mexican citizen, and to be Mexico. Want more?