Sammy Hagar, the previous lead singer of Van Halen, has touched by the latest letter of his daughter Kama Hagar and admitted that her post brought tears to his eyes.

Have been living in Mexico for a while now, Sammy Hagar and his family found a chance to both understand and represent the place as it really is on their social media accounts.

Despite the general feeling and the judgemental words of Trump against Mexico and Mexicans, Kama Hagar has put to a letter beautifully and frankly what she saw during her time in there. Deeply affected by the thoughts of her daughter, as a proud father, Sammy Hagar said on Twitter:

I want everyone to see this beautiful vision my beautiful, enlightened daughter Kama had during our recent visit to Jalisco, Mexico. This post brought tears to my eyes. Kama, you are so right on the mark.”

Here is what Kama Hagar said in the letter she has led her father to move to tears:

“I’ve had the privilege of experiencing the heart of Mexico multiple times now.

Words couldn’t describe how beautiful this country is to me. How warm the people are, how fresh the food is, how fertile and lush the earth is (specifically in the region of Jalisco), and how safe I’ve always felt roaming the streets.

It reminds me of something I’ve always stood firmly by:
Understand and experience people, places and things for yourself before judging or assuming anything at all. The media doesn’t have the answers.

In fact, if you want to know about anything, get to know the people better. Ask the questions to the ones who really know: the locals, the expats, the humanitarians, the first-hand storytellers.”

She continued:

“As we’ve experienced in our own countries, the media has made it their job to shock us, to keep us addicted to updates, to hook us with clickbait, and ultimately what was supposed to be neutral, unbiased reporting has become a source of entertainment that spins us out, scares us, divides us and paints the world as a starkly black and white place (ironic, but true).

Let’s look at the media and the news like we would a non-fiction movie: generally based on true events, but ENTIRELY dramatized. Even better, don’t engage at all.

😷 Also! Because I know I’ll be asked:
the amount of cleanliness, precaution and sanitation as a result of COVID in every place we went was even better than what we’ve seen in the US. 😷”

You can see Sammy Hagar’s tweet and Kama Hagar’s Instagram post below.

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I’ve had the privilege of experiencing the heart of Mexico multiple times now. Words couldn’t describe how beautiful this country is to me. How warm the people are, how fresh the food is, how fertile and lush the earth is (specifically in the region of Jalisco), and how safe I’ve always felt roaming the streets. It reminds me of something I’ve always stood firmly by: Understand and experience people, places and things for yourself before judging or assuming anything at all. The media doesn’t have the answers. In fact, if you want to know about anything, get to know the people better. Ask the questions to the ones who really know: the locals, the expats, the humanitarians, the first-hand storytellers. As we’ve experienced in our own countries, the media has made it their job to shock us, to keep us addicted to updates, to hook us with clickbait, and ultimately what was supposed to be neutral, unbiased reporting has become a source of entertainment that spins us out, scares us, divides us and paints the world as a starkly black and white place (ironic, but true). Let’s look at the media and the news like we would a non-fiction movie: generally based on true events, but ENTIRELY dramatized. Even better, don’t engage at all. 😷 Also! Because I know I’ll be asked: the amount of cleanliness, precaution and sanitation as a result of COVID in every place we went was even better than what we’ve seen in the US. 😷 Incredible, beautiful & always awakening ♥️🇲🇽 #vivaméxico Link in bio for latest blog: Lessons from Mexico 2

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