The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 Under: Commentary
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish in discussion of "your future" and  the importance of education, who have now suffered from incurable whiplash that caused them to focus on the importance of home, health and your role in it. Meaning they lured you to the bait of making tons of money by education- now they no longer argue about it- YOU DO! because they want you to find it not as attractive anymore.

 Parents have now confused their offspring with respect to what they wanted for them initially.  Children, at their parents supposed wishes and dreams go off to college and evenutally find a job in keeping with the "word" and "worth" of proud parents. It is because these children are now contributors to an independent society and can afford the life most parents "say" they want for their children.  Once success finally occurs it was as if parents snarled at the car you bought because it didn't resemble the bulky car you rode in as a family, in result the loose change you once gave to those who asked is now used for public transportation. The business attire replaced clothes that were worn for daily errands, by which parents became incoherent in understanding dress for success. Those clothes perhaps a bit to fancy for mother to see you in except for religious outings had to "not be worn daily" because that attire was labeled as suspicious and not self respecting. Not to mention the bank accounts that surpassed what took years for your parents to accumulate. Once you caught up with them- your tuition was deducted, and they managed to include the free public school you attended as well. Parents furthured the insanity by resuming their successful children to a scheduled programming of humble beginnings. Translation: you work in a dumpy life of forever afterschool... Therefore, not the mature business class person you though you would be by now.

Parents enjoyed and wanted more time for their children to be humble. Similar to when you just wanted to be a kid and they would set in such seriousness about college and your adult life. It was fashionable to discuss you as your "older self" instead of just enjoying you as a kid. The argument is that parents claim to have been humble all of their lives as they know of nothing else.  Parents therefore canceled technology because they refused to keep pace with it. And now who can really afford it?  They defend themselves by saying it's not a "necessity".  Life for them existed much simpler and wholesome as to why they prefer this for their children and whatever generations afterward.

Once the elders stifel creation to make life easier, accessable and comfortable with regard to what they were accustomed to. They have also put in their request to return to humble abide and in doing so have thwarted jobs in sectors of advanced technology. Factories and plants have shut down for good, as this was yesteryear. Along with retirement of many of these workers. Inflation makes even a simple life difficult. Proud parents now have fixed incomes to live off of as they earned from yesteryear and are unable to borrow from their generation of college graduate children resulting from stupidly turning them in to the novelty of humble pie life. To care is to have (a) food, (b) shelter, (c) clothing, (d)parental approval of government intervention for all of the following. This is not a complex question, however the answer seems to have been omitted as the authors way of indicating that the sufficient value of "care" lies in the ability to allow one to provide for self in total and non-umbilical.

Now that the future has been a blunder caused by elders in exchange for a lifestyle of return to the basics. Is becoming like your parents underachieving? If so then that is where the fault and blame lies, which makes success ever so impossible to achieve.

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The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 Under: Commentary
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish in discussion of "your future" and  the importance of education, who have now suffered from incurable whiplash that caused them to focus on the importance of home, health and your role in it. Meaning they lured you to the bait of making tons of money by education- now they no longer argue about it- YOU DO! because they want you to find it not as attractive anymore.

 Parents have now confused their offspring with respect to what they wanted for them initially.  Children, at their parents supposed wishes and dreams go off to college and evenutally find a job in keeping with the "word" and "worth" of proud parents. It is because these children are now contributors to an independent society and can afford the life most parents "say" they want for their children.  Once success finally occurs it was as if parents snarled at the car you bought because it didn't resemble the bulky car you rode in as a family, in result the loose change you once gave to those who asked is now used for public transportation. The business attire replaced clothes that were worn for daily errands, by which parents became incoherent in understanding dress for success. Those clothes perhaps a bit to fancy for mother to see you in except for religious outings had to "not be worn daily" because that attire was labeled as suspicious and not self respecting. Not to mention the bank accounts that surpassed what took years for your parents to accumulate. Once you caught up with them- your tuition was deducted, and they managed to include the free public school you attended as well. Parents furthured the insanity by resuming their successful children to a scheduled programming of humble beginnings. Translation: you work in a dumpy life of forever afterschool... Therefore, not the mature business class person you though you would be by now.

Parents enjoyed and wanted more time for their children to be humble. Similar to when you just wanted to be a kid and they would set in such seriousness about college and your adult life. It was fashionable to discuss you as your "older self" instead of just enjoying you as a kid. The argument is that parents claim to have been humble all of their lives as they know of nothing else.  Parents therefore canceled technology because they refused to keep pace with it. And now who can really afford it?  They defend themselves by saying it's not a "necessity".  Life for them existed much simpler and wholesome as to why they prefer this for their children and whatever generations afterward.

Once the elders stifel creation to make life easier, accessable and comfortable with regard to what they were accustomed to. They have also put in their request to return to humble abide and in doing so have thwarted jobs in sectors of advanced technology. Factories and plants have shut down for good, as this was yesteryear. Along with retirement of many of these workers. Inflation makes even a simple life difficult. Proud parents now have fixed incomes to live off of as they earned from yesteryear and are unable to borrow from their generation of college graduate children resulting from stupidly turning them in to the novelty of humble pie life. To care is to have (a) food, (b) shelter, (c) clothing, (d)parental approval of government intervention for all of the following. This is not a complex question, however the answer seems to have been omitted as the authors way of indicating that the sufficient value of "care" lies in the ability to allow one to provide for self in total and non-umbilical.

Now that the future has been a blunder caused by elders in exchange for a lifestyle of return to the basics. Is becoming like your parents underachieving? If so then that is where the fault and blame lies, which makes success ever so impossible to achieve.

In : Commentary 


Tags: elder society humble basics 
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The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 Under: Commentary
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish in discussion of "your future" and  the importance of education, who have now suffered from incurable whiplash that caused them to focus on the importance of home, health and your role in it. Meaning they lured you to the bait of making tons of money by education- now they no longer argue about it- YOU DO! because they want you to find it not as attractive anymore.

 Parents have now confused their offspring with respect to what they wanted for them initially.  Children, at their parents supposed wishes and dreams go off to college and evenutally find a job in keeping with the "word" and "worth" of proud parents. It is because these children are now contributors to an independent society and can afford the life most parents "say" they want for their children.  Once success finally occurs it was as if parents snarled at the car you bought because it didn't resemble the bulky car you rode in as a family, in result the loose change you once gave to those who asked is now used for public transportation. The business attire replaced clothes that were worn for daily errands, by which parents became incoherent in understanding dress for success. Those clothes perhaps a bit to fancy for mother to see you in except for religious outings had to "not be worn daily" because that attire was labeled as suspicious and not self respecting. Not to mention the bank accounts that surpassed what took years for your parents to accumulate. Once you caught up with them- your tuition was deducted, and they managed to include the free public school you attended as well. Parents furthured the insanity by resuming their successful children to a scheduled programming of humble beginnings. Translation: you work in a dumpy life of forever afterschool... Therefore, not the mature business class person you though you would be by now.

Parents enjoyed and wanted more time for their children to be humble. Similar to when you just wanted to be a kid and they would set in such seriousness about college and your adult life. It was fashionable to discuss you as your "older self" instead of just enjoying you as a kid. The argument is that parents claim to have been humble all of their lives as they know of nothing else.  Parents therefore canceled technology because they refused to keep pace with it. And now who can really afford it?  They defend themselves by saying it's not a "necessity".  Life for them existed much simpler and wholesome as to why they prefer this for their children and whatever generations afterward.

Once the elders stifel creation to make life easier, accessable and comfortable with regard to what they were accustomed to. They have also put in their request to return to humble abide and in doing so have thwarted jobs in sectors of advanced technology. Factories and plants have shut down for good, as this was yesteryear. Along with retirement of many of these workers. Inflation makes even a simple life difficult. Proud parents now have fixed incomes to live off of as they earned from yesteryear and are unable to borrow from their generation of college graduate children resulting from stupidly turning them in to the novelty of humble pie life. To care is to have (a) food, (b) shelter, (c) clothing, (d)parental approval of government intervention for all of the following. This is not a complex question, however the answer seems to have been omitted as the authors way of indicating that the sufficient value of "care" lies in the ability to allow one to provide for self in total and non-umbilical.

Now that the future has been a blunder caused by elders in exchange for a lifestyle of return to the basics. Is becoming like your parents underachieving? If so then that is where the fault and blame lies, which makes success ever so impossible to achieve.

In : Commentary 


Tags: elder society humble basics 
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The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 Under: Commentary
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish in discussion of "your future" and  the importance of education, who have now suffered from incurable whiplash that caused them to focus on the importance of home, health and your role in it. Meaning they lured you to the bait of making tons of money by education- now they no longer argue about it- YOU DO! because they want you to find it not as attractive anymore.

 Parents have now confused their offspring with respect to what they wanted for them initially.  Children, at their parents supposed wishes and dreams go off to college and evenutally find a job in keeping with the "word" and "worth" of proud parents. It is because these children are now contributors to an independent society and can afford the life most parents "say" they want for their children.  Once success finally occurs it was as if parents snarled at the car you bought because it didn't resemble the bulky car you rode in as a family, in result the loose change you once gave to those who asked is now used for public transportation. The business attire replaced clothes that were worn for daily errands, by which parents became incoherent in understanding dress for success. Those clothes perhaps a bit to fancy for mother to see you in except for religious outings had to "not be worn daily" because that attire was labeled as suspicious and not self respecting. Not to mention the bank accounts that surpassed what took years for your parents to accumulate. Once you caught up with them- your tuition was deducted, and they managed to include the free public school you attended as well. Parents furthured the insanity by resuming their successful children to a scheduled programming of humble beginnings. Translation: you work in a dumpy life of forever afterschool... Therefore, not the mature business class person you though you would be by now.

Parents enjoyed and wanted more time for their children to be humble. Similar to when you just wanted to be a kid and they would set in such seriousness about college and your adult life. It was fashionable to discuss you as your "older self" instead of just enjoying you as a kid. The argument is that parents claim to have been humble all of their lives as they know of nothing else.  Parents therefore canceled technology because they refused to keep pace with it. And now who can really afford it?  They defend themselves by saying it's not a "necessity".  Life for them existed much simpler and wholesome as to why they prefer this for their children and whatever generations afterward.

Once the elders stifel creation to make life easier, accessable and comfortable with regard to what they were accustomed to. They have also put in their request to return to humble abide and in doing so have thwarted jobs in sectors of advanced technology. Factories and plants have shut down for good, as this was yesteryear. Along with retirement of many of these workers. Inflation makes even a simple life difficult. Proud parents now have fixed incomes to live off of as they earned from yesteryear and are unable to borrow from their generation of college graduate children resulting from stupidly turning them in to the novelty of humble pie life. To care is to have (a) food, (b) shelter, (c) clothing, (d)parental approval of government intervention for all of the following. This is not a complex question, however the answer seems to have been omitted as the authors way of indicating that the sufficient value of "care" lies in the ability to allow one to provide for self in total and non-umbilical.

Now that the future has been a blunder caused by elders in exchange for a lifestyle of return to the basics. Is becoming like your parents underachieving? If so then that is where the fault and blame lies, which makes success ever so impossible to achieve.

In : Commentary 


Tags: elder society humble basics 
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The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 Under: Commentary
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish in discussion of "your future" and  the importance of education, who have now suffered from incurable whiplash that caused them to focus on the importance of home, health and your role in it. Meaning they lured you to the bait of making tons of money by education- now they no longer argue about it- YOU DO! because they want you to find it not as attractive anymore.

 Parents have now confused their offspring with respect to what they wanted for them initially.  Children, at their parents supposed wishes and dreams go off to college and evenutally find a job in keeping with the "word" and "worth" of proud parents. It is because these children are now contributors to an independent society and can afford the life most parents "say" they want for their children.  Once success finally occurs it was as if parents snarled at the car you bought because it didn't resemble the bulky car you rode in as a family, in result the loose change you once gave to those who asked is now used for public transportation. The business attire replaced clothes that were worn for daily errands, by which parents became incoherent in understanding dress for success. Those clothes perhaps a bit to fancy for mother to see you in except for religious outings had to "not be worn daily" because that attire was labeled as suspicious and not self respecting. Not to mention the bank accounts that surpassed what took years for your parents to accumulate. Once you caught up with them- your tuition was deducted, and they managed to include the free public school you attended as well. Parents furthured the insanity by resuming their successful children to a scheduled programming of humble beginnings. Translation: you work in a dumpy life of forever afterschool... Therefore, not the mature business class person you though you would be by now.

Parents enjoyed and wanted more time for their children to be humble. Similar to when you just wanted to be a kid and they would set in such seriousness about college and your adult life. It was fashionable to discuss you as your "older self" instead of just enjoying you as a kid. The argument is that parents claim to have been humble all of their lives as they know of nothing else.  Parents therefore canceled technology because they refused to keep pace with it. And now who can really afford it?  They defend themselves by saying it's not a "necessity".  Life for them existed much simpler and wholesome as to why they prefer this for their children and whatever generations afterward.

Once the elders stifel creation to make life easier, accessable and comfortable with regard to what they were accustomed to. They have also put in their request to return to humble abide and in doing so have thwarted jobs in sectors of advanced technology. Factories and plants have shut down for good, as this was yesteryear. Along with retirement of many of these workers. Inflation makes even a simple life difficult. Proud parents now have fixed incomes to live off of as they earned from yesteryear and are unable to borrow from their generation of college graduate children resulting from stupidly turning them in to the novelty of humble pie life. To care is to have (a) food, (b) shelter, (c) clothing, (d)parental approval of government intervention for all of the following. This is not a complex question, however the answer seems to have been omitted as the authors way of indicating that the sufficient value of "care" lies in the ability to allow one to provide for self in total and non-umbilical.

Now that the future has been a blunder caused by elders in exchange for a lifestyle of return to the basics. Is becoming like your parents underachieving? If so then that is where the fault and blame lies, which makes success ever so impossible to achieve.

In : Commentary 


Tags: elder society humble basics 
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