Now as I reach my end of days
I look back I look forward
look at todays events world wide
I wonder what will become of those
Who remain hear just what they will
experience over times to come
I am so sadden for what will come
in to their lifes

ken d williams

The Dyslexic Wordsmith

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Written on 2017-10-06 at 21:22

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I feel it too... but then is it just us getting older and fearing the new generation's 'reality'? I ask 'cause seems like every generation expresses these fears and offer the most resistance to these changes that they didn't grow up with... seems like the cycle of each generation's reality just moves on... as older generations' did... and things found their groove in some way or another... I'm probably not expressing this as best as I'd like to, but I hope you get the gist of what I'm trying to say... Thanks for these words *hugs* xx

Ghost of Heino
Of course we worry. But the generations to come will adapt, in mind body and skills. The change is rather fast, ours was (or felt) more constant. The environmental changes are drastic. But we adapt, evolve, develop new ways of existence. Do not loose faith in human survival. Some generations will always suffer more than others. In some parts whole generations will probably be almost wiped out. They might not see it as suffering themselves but rather as the only and natural state of life. It is what they know, they are developing into a different form of Sapiens. Along with the speedy changes of this planet.

I agree. What do we leave our children x

Yes, I worry about the children and the new world they will have to adapt to. I think it will be harsher than ours has been, and ours has been harsh!

Yah, ken, it's a scary world these days.
Makes you wonder.