“Rally ‘Round The Flag”
Since forever began, I’m here to tell ya’ what they reported as being a factual question: What in the name of hell has happened to this generation of young people?
The answer hasn’t really changed our planet’s malady: Young people are born at a very young age and continue to age slower than old people do. Mainly because the young don’t learn much from the older generations about the art form of listening.
Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany, of secular Ashkenazi German Jewish parents. His bloodline, from his grandfather’s side stemming from Ukraine still exists today. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955, at age 76. He remained in complete control of his mental faculties at his time of death. (Perhaps still listening in to what the doctors had to say.)
Source: Jewish Virtual Library <https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/albert-einstein>
One of Einstein’s most erstwhile and powerful belief edicts was the importance of being a good listener. In the field of education, we’ve learned it particularly follows the course of the better-than-average student, as well as their march towards a lifetime degree of success in business, parenting, and prolonged lifetime friendships.
When you can run
Laughing at yourself
One of life’s setbacks
And you’re still
Dreaming deep dreams
Remaining smart as hell
Then sharing with all
What nature bequeathed
Our human challenge to focus
Developing a very personal prowess for success!
It will be yours forever
The older a person becomes, the more they have listened
– HK –
90 Is The New 85: ‘Oldest Old’ Population Is Expanding Rapidly
From 720,000 in the year 1980 to more than 1.9 million in 2010, the number of Americans who are 90 years of age or older has nearly tripled… And according to the Census Bureau, “Over the next four decades, this population is projected to more than quadruple.”