So, for every loss, there's a corresponding gain. Or, why limit one's self to one set of experiences when you can have many differing ones at the same depths?
So color me impressed. I find it so damn hopeful that so many young people have the fortitude to embrace this sort of challenge. Well done.
Yasuhiko Kimura is a Japanese-born philosopher, intellectual, and Buddhist monk. He uniquely covers and integrates all approaches to human philosophy, both western and eastern. Listen for his unique takes on things.
The one to beat. I'll call it the best drum solo delivered by a human being for as long as I live, until someone does better. Nobody will.
But there's another provision that pretty much takes complaints off the table for most. It's Form 2555 in the IRS Library. Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE).