Geoffrey Paschel and Varya Malina finished their time on 90 Day Fiancé engaged. But the couple did not attend the season’s call (Paschel was not invited after the fans submitted a petition to have him removed from the show after discovering that he had been arrested for domestic violence and that Malina did not want to go without him). So the fans don’t know if Geoffrey Paschel and Varya Malina are still together. The reality stars can’t yet talk about their relationship (or the lack of it) because of their contracts. But that doesn’t stop the fans from asking.
90 Day Fiance: Geoffrey’s Instagram Post About Thanksgiving
Since his time on 90 Day Fiancé, Geoffrey Paschel has placed long musings on Instagram, along with photographs of himself (often without a shirt) that deal with his life in Knoxville, Tennessee. On Thanksgiving, November 26th, the reality star placed his thoughts on the vacation.
“Growing up, I was taught, like MOST children are, that Thanksgiving came about in a peaceful way during a celebratory harvest feast,” he began. “I believe that this indoctrination of beliefs came into being as a way to cleanse our thoughts and hands of the transgressions rooted in our righteous past.
“Unfortunately, we tend to turn falsehoods into truths as we interpret events to merely make ourselves feel better. However, the history of our settlement is a past that we should not forget but instead learn from in efforts to improve ourselves for future generations. We should not perpetuate a cycle of misinformation and distorted realities in times when we can lay a better foundation.
Geoffrey Paschel went on to write that he feels it is important to celebrate “Thanksgiving” and make “memories of our loved ones. “I don’t want the horrors of our past to be forgotten, but we must also celebrate our families, our blessings and our future efforts,” he wrote. “There is a way we can do both. Not only should we be thankful for the everyday, innocent things in life, but maybe we can just do more. If we all take on the heart and attitude of a servant, this can lead to endless possibilities for all of us. I know it sounds easier said than done, but I promise you, it’s so rewarding.
Geoffrey Paschel also wrote that his “Native friends” “are in my thoughts today.” “Much of that fateful past has bled into what has transpired in the very present,” he wrote. “I remain committed to never losing sight of that fact.”