Monday, October 13, 2008

gen VS gen

How do we differentiate generation from generation??

Does it really exist or it’s the barrier that is created just for the sake of change! Coming to the root, a child steps into the wonderland with his tiny legs, innocent eyes staring eagerly to the giants, struggling to find self identification, tiny hands with tender fingers that tangles randomly and the unknown expressions held by the so-cute face, smiling at times or giving weird look or crying for some hard-to-express reason. The giant says, arrives the next generation. Humm…I’m still nuts!!

The giant person for the new born eyes includes the grand-parents and parent level people. The new soul grows under the teachings and guidance of all these people. As a growing lad, he accepts the values bestowed on him by them. Then, from where arises the generation gap question??

I really wonder of the most commonly recited thing “generation gap”!!

So, now when the child grows up into a young lad, he peeps into the outer world. The outer world fascinates him. As a result he finds the things taught to him as out-dated. Is it?? And who forms this out side world…it must be certain people like us, right! No other aliens jump down to form this world. So, where lays the changing trend! The so-called fashion statement, out-of-world clothes, tacky way to represent things, being cool studs, famous for nothing…these are the things that are termed as changing pills. If one gets along, he is termed as the up-dated. And if not, for no reason he is out-dated. These are things to say. But what about the values bestowed by the elders during the growing days. How can these mere things shake the basis of humanity? I mean, does a child till his last breathe ever forget the things like A for APPLE, B for BALL...etc??

These things will always remain intact to every one. But the thing is that the changing terms hide those things. The show-off funda behaves as a slow killer that ruins them from whatever they will to be. But, in most cases the way of accepting things have changed. As such, while elders say “When you know that the thing is wrong one, why to try it out”. But the so-called next generation argues that “Until and unless we don’t try it out, how could we know that the whole stuff is a crap”. Now say who is correct!!

The confusion of this entire thing will always remain, irrespective of anything. In updated terms, one must run with the changing world. But the values must not be allowed to sleep tight. They must be active enough to allow you to judge things, differentiating the good and the bad, what to be done and what not to be taken-on. Both can be allowed to run at par, for the sake of generations and overall for the self. And the ever-shining candle must be transferred from generation to generation for the betterment of humanity.

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