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14 April 2010

Reversal of Attitude


My daughter Jazzy forced me, as in F-O-R-C-E-D me, to watch a youtube video with her. Thinking it was another Miley Cyrus or Taylor Swift song, I pretended I was too  busy to be bothered. But she persisted. For fear of hurting her feelings, I finally gave in. And I did not regret it.

Jonathan Reed's poem, The Lost Generation, carries a timely message, not just for teens (like my kids) but for everyone else who cares about the world he or she lives in. The video that my daughter and I watched together is here but I found a clearer and better version.







Positive attitude can make a big difference. The fact that a meaningful awareness is spreading among our youth spells H-O-P-E. For it is true that change should begin with us.


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3 POINTS OF VIEW:

Sandee April 13, 2010 at 11:08 PM  

Excellent, absolutely excellent.

Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)

Thom April 14, 2010 at 2:45 AM  

Kids are brilliant :) This is just wonderful :)

BK April 20, 2010 at 8:58 AM  

This is truly interesting. Reading it forward didn't make sense but reversing it certainly does remind us of the importance.

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