Tag Archives: Generation Z

Subcutaneous power for humanity 3 Facing changing attitudes

Facing an other world These friendships I could enjoy at work were of a unity which was the worst to miss, when I stopped my theatrical work. I knew it was something incredible, not many could enjoy so much as … Continue reading

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Subcutaneous power for humanity 1 1940-1960 Influenced by horrors of the century

Places without warrior grounds We may live in a place which has not been a battle ground for many years, but several individuals in that area may have their little wars of arguments and competing beliefs and claims about what … Continue reading

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The Y generation in conflict with itself

Sometimes humanity comes up with nice words to classify itself. The generation born after the Western post–World War II baby boom (1946-1964) ended some preferred to call them, the generation born between 1964 and 1981, Generation X, commonly abbreviated to … Continue reading

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