Will The Successful Life Lessons Learned & Used By Past Generations Be Of Any Use For Today’s Youth

 

Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema

 

Working for retirement; many people did, others are still trying. Some retirees clipped by the financial crisis are forced back into the workforce. The youngsters are starting at a time of global financial crisis, pandemic, melting glaciers, and leaders drunk on power provided by artificial intelligence; but this last part they have not yet recognized.

When my husband and I traveled, the elderly people in our lives thought that was a bit irresponsible, “that’s what you do when your retired”.  The elderly we met during our travels praised our decisions “good, do it while you are young”, and I’m glad we did.

The uncertainty we all find as we waltzed thru life, put in question all the actions generations and generations took in the past to assure pleasant lives.

The dream of a house where one can raise their family is being taking away by natural disasters all over the world; house ownership will become prohibitive as insurance will grow unaffordable.

Entire industries, let alone jobs and careers are being eliminated as robots march on.

Environmental changes, decimation of wealth, and pandemics,  will ravage the human landscape tirelessly.

Life was easy then.

 

 

 

This article is part of the Rewind Series 

 

 

“I will not make you dependent on me.  My approach is to find alternative options under a circumstance and open new doors into a resolution of old problems. Clear the docket so you can see things from other angles as you absorb other possibilities. In time, after you had conquered your needs, you will be able to replace what does not work, accept what you cannot change, and accomplish what you want.”

Life Coach Carioca Da Gema

 

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2 Responses to “Will The Successful Life Lessons Learned & Used By Past Generations Be Of Any Use For Today’s Youth”

  1. Carolyn Crossley VixenOfVerse

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on travel and on the dystopian future we have to look forward to! I am hoping young people will come up with solutions to the climate crisis. If we don’t come up with answers to that then everything else is irrelevant as we will all die in the extremes of weather. I prefer to live in hope that we will come up with solutions for climate change but I am in my 60’s. 💙🙏💙

  2. doubledacres

    Bravo! Well written. I envy you and your husband with your travels. I kept saying I was going to but that day never came and with all that is going on in the world I doubt that it ever will. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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