That was extremely well said!LokiJr01 said:While waiting for some good news (CIC please lower the EE cut off!), I was busy reading some blogs of applicants who documented their journey. It's really inspiring to see how their dreams came to reality in Canada.
What I learned is that migrating to a country requires resilience, patience, and some luck. You really need to let go of pride and the sense of entitlement because whatever you are from where you came from, they don't matter in Canada. You start from scratch...you need to mingle with the community, you need to prove your worth, your lifestyle needs to start off simple.
For me, it's a humbling experience. If you can rise above the difficulties, you'll come out a different person because you get to value many other aspects in life