Hey older people! What do you think of this generation? How is it different from back then
Asked By TheRedDot 22-25, F
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They are greater individually and collectively.
I don’t know how to make thematic presentation on a forum with modren gadgets.
I don’t know how to start a business or a project with computer programs.
I have no clear idea how Facebook, Google, Yahoo… are functioning.
While many kids among my grandchildren know and can do greater things, affecting various aspects of the world arena. I see that I am quite backward, although I work on computer many hours a day.
Young people are all greater, intellectually and morally. I am really amazed before teens and youth that I didn’t see decades ago.
I am thankful to God for preparing mankind to enter this Age of maturity. Under great light, we still see thick shadows, but “the light of unity is so powerful that it will illuminate the whole world.” Our old world will be ended, but not with Apocalypse. “The old world order will be rolled up and a new one will be spread in its stead.”
Fifty years ago, I could not imagine our world today is so beautiful like this in all aspects – physical, human and divine. The more I meet these young people, the more I am hopeful with the New Plan of God.
“World peace is really inevitable”.
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Shoghi Effendi says:
The principle of collective security He (Baha’u’llah) unreservedly urges; recommends the reduction in national armaments; and proclaims as necessary and inevitable the convening of a world gathering at which the kings and rulers of the world will deliberate for the establishment of peace among the nations.
Justice He extols as “the light of men” and their “guardian,” as “the revealer of the secrets of the world of being, and the standard-bearer of love and bounty”; declares its radiance to be incomparable; affirms that upon it must depend “the organization of the world and the tranquillity of mankind.”
(Shoghi Effendi, God Passes By, p. 217)
Of mature human beings
Are building world peace
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