What is it about todays generation that gives them such a sense of entitlement? I find myself asking this as i interact with my my peers on a day to day basis. The level of degeneration socially that has occured over the years alone would seemingly mean that my generation should have to work harder for things. However contrary to this, my peers expect to live their precariously ratchet lifestyles and still become a respectable member of society.
Where this becomes even more of an issue is in the process of selecting a mate that youd like to spend ur life with. If, as im personally learning, you grow apart from the lifestyle of your peers it becomes exceedingly hard to find some symbolance of a mutual passion for a successful future.
The ultimate question that i seem to be struggling with is whos right? should u be living your 20-somethings carelessly without much regard for next year, or should u strategically plan for.your 30-something’s now?
LOVE: a semi-permanent emotion that overwhelms rational thought and causes one to focus on someone other than himself. More than that, he focuses on the couple more than himself and recognizes it as a main purpose in his life which grows to be one of the reasons of his life. Love is the transition of a person from an individual thinker to a complementary part of a whole.
- a book eater
I’ll never understand you. I know this.
I know this because I’ve spent a lifetime trying to understand myself; and, but for infrequent flashes of momentary clarity that fade more quickly than they manifest, I’ve failed miserably. I can’t hope to improve upon that record where you are concerned.
I’ll never understand you, and I accept this. In that same vein, I accept the fact that you lack the capacity to ever fully understand me.
what will we do when all the great actors get too old and we’re left with all these new nonsense people.