Unformatted text preview: and the way to live. I went to a small town in Guatemala, of whose name I cannot remember but struck me with an awe to see how people worked all day to sustain themselves from not only farming but also selling things at the market. The amount of money they earn is really shocking knowing that they have to save up to even buy food that week. Yet, it is in these small towns that you find the most humble people and the people that can trace their culture for generations. Everyone in the town seems to know everyone else. Although you come to see things from an outsider perspective, it really illuminates how culture is part of people, how it can move the community to become close and bring about a living organ. Culture is living, something you do not thing about when you are living in the United States, when culture is something that is static, that does not change. We only thing popular culture changes....
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- Spring '07
- Poverty, English-language films, Central American countries, important point Peter