Kids seem to be a whole lot angrier than in previous decades, or is that just what I’m seeing ?

Asked By: bijouxbroussard 46-50, F  37 minutes ago

Posted by Me Oct 4th, 2013 at 9:14PM

Kids of all time are growing human beings.
Kids of the following generations are always greater than kids of the previous ones. They have more knowledge, better ways of expressions, wider visions about the world.
In this Age of human maturity, with greater discoveries and inventions at light speed as we all know, kids are making miracles in all fields of human activities. They make new arts, new technologies, new digital applications.
Parents of this Cycle need to learn much more than parents in previous centuries. They need to know more about their children, to encourage them and support them in their explorations and services of human happiness and progress.
Otherwise their children will suffer more damage than we did.
The more adults advance, the better they will guide the kids.


Reply by bijouxbroussard Oct 4th, 2013 at 10:38PM

That’s a very positive way of viewing it.


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 Abdul-Baha says:

This is a brilliant century. Eyes are now open to the beauty of the oneness of humanity, of love and of brotherhood. The darkness of suppression will disappear and the light of unity will shine. We cannot bring love and unity to pass merely by talking of it. Knowledge is not enough. Wealth, science, education are good, we know: but we must also work and study to bring to maturity the fruit of knowledge.

Knowledge is the first step; resolve, the second step; action, its fulfillment, is the third step.

(Abdu’l-Baha, Abdu’l-Baha in London, p. 54)


 Kids being angry

In lack of education

Parents get the blame


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