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A Generational Curse
we tend to forget the time when we ourselves were very young our own parents did not understand some of the things we had done we had our own style of music, our own dances and points of view we fail to see that It's a curse every generation seems to go through In the 1950's, there was teeny boppers, convertibles cars plus rock-n-roll the parents from the big band era thought their children were out of control In the 1960's, there was war protesting, hippies and anti-establishment the parents from the bebop era thought their children had lost all their sense In the 1970's, there was the Motown sound, flower power and acid rock the parents from the rock-n-roll era thought their kids were chips off the old block In the 1980's there was after-work parties, glitter balls and disco fever the parents from the hippie generation would not be mistaken for Ward and June Cleaver In the 1990's, they had rap music, punk rock and designer street clothes the parents from the acid rock era were clueless in their parental roles In the new millennium the year 2000 known as Y2K It's gotten to the point where most parents seemed to have lost their way Is the situation getting better or Is It getting worse? Is It that change is a constant which causes a generational curse? Is it the sins of the father from the very beginning that have been revisited on each generation of children? do you remember the words that every parent has said to their children since the beginning of mankind? "may you one day have children who act just like you who will make you think your losing your mind"
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