Last week we fretted about the increase in mass killing attempts by children. We fretted about the dangers of our society and the dangers facing our children.
One of the things I thought last week--after having read a speech of (which?) President get lambasted for declaring that America had lost hope, had lost the vision of a better future for our children--was that he (which he?) was right. I look at history, and I feel like our ancestors progressively made a better world for our children.
Somewhere along the line, things changed. Between the Columbine’s and the 9/11’s, between the whales and global warming, I’m feeling like we are witnessing the birth of a worse world for our children.
Sorry to be depressing, but that’s how I feel.
Please help prove me wrong. Today is Blog Action Day. Will you spread the word? Consider what you can do to help?
And what do you think? Do you think our kids are going to have it better or worse than us? Or, do you think our kids have it better or worse now?