For You, Or For Them?
Updated: Feb 6, 2021
“And a little child shall lead them…” Day after day, I hear countless adults complain about the plight of our children. I hear how our kids need to “get their act together”, how spoiled they are, and how they are missing the point of what they are supposed to be doing in school and in life in general. In the midst of this, I see parents absorbed in their cell phones. Their kids and teens in the car absorbed in their own screens and media to the point where they might not respond if you call their name – mesmerized by some form of media… I hea
We want the plight of our future generations to overcome and succeed further than our past generations, yet most adults who are concerned about this issue are not concerned with giving back to our youth. The wealth of knowledge, experience, and hardships we have been through serves a purpose to be shared with those that come after us, so they don’t make the same mistakes we’ve made. Kids learn from us, so by learning from our mistakes, they become better. Teens get so much more from seeing and speaking to us in person than they can get from a screen. We know and understand this, yet so many adults