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Join Date: Dec 2017
Location: Live in Venango County. Hunting Camp in Warren County
Originally Posted by Wingatchtochwilsit
I don't know which thought is more depressing: The acceptance that we are indeed only a few years from the "great boomer die-off", or the realization that said generation is the first in history that DIDN'T want their succeeding generations to have it better than they did...
Ah wing, that's where your so so wrong. You don't have it better. Not even close. You only think you do. We do want you to have it better. But for that to happen the first thing to do is listen to those that went there before. And learn from their experiences. As we age knowledge and experience start to merge. And that becomes wisdom. Hard part is that younger people don't want to listen. They don't realize the truth. THAT's whats depressing.
Listen, or your tongue will make you deaf.
"When a pine needle falls in the forest, the eagle sees it, the deer hears it, and the bear smells it."
an old First Nations saying