Our generation is much older than our actual age would indicate.
Our generation is much smarter than what’s been predicated; than our contemporaries would ever give us credit for, but that’s ok.
Equate the most basic economic principles and fundamental ideas that make up what we know as America and American values. Poll 100% of people living in this country in an attempt to gauge what today’s “American Dream” actually consists of, and you’d be surprised at the range of responses. One of the beautiful things about this place we have come to call home is the fact that during the aforementioned poll, the answers and ideas become a new age version of Stretch Armstrong, the way they’ll extend to every angle of the spectrum, touching on thoughts, goals, definitions of success, and diversity, melting our pot to a warming welcome once and for all, melding for the hell of it with Mr. Belding. But the bell didn’t ring yet. Class is still in session as mentioned by Del on that Handsome Boy Modeling School cut he did at the beginning of the 21st Century. Mentioning these tidbits might get us going in the right direction. I don’t know. I hope so. I hope for a better day, a better way. Not necessarily for me today, but I hope for a better way for everyone living their everyday struggle. Allow us to bridge the gap, even if it takes all night. I’m working doubles trying to make that happen. It’s a nonstop effort by like minded choir preachers and truth seekers. Who decided that those after a better way are deemed criminals, anyway? What’s wrong with change and why is it feared? Why not embrace change, for it is the only thing that stays the same, after all. Let’s clothe The Emperor and make it real.
Our generation is much smarter than what we’ve been given credit for, folks.
Our generation is just a giant juxtaposition of racial relations, sexually orientated definitions, and religiously limited ideals. It is fair to say that we’ve come a long way. We’ve come a really long way. But we still have a great deal of progress to make together. We have a long way to go. But look at us. Look at yourself. Look at us go…