2010 has taught me to be more appreciative of my Family and Friends around me more than ever before. It taught me that sometimes experiencing a new lifestyle than what I'm used to can be for the best and can make life more interesting and exciting, and that the people you meet in life, you meet for a reason - for better or for worse, but in my case for the better for sure!
Not only is my generation caught between two worlds.....the old school and the new techno.....but in the scope of history, it really doesn't matter that much.
We went from horse and buggy to landing on the moon in less than 150 years.
The changes we face today, may be different but they are no more challenging that what our grandparents saw and dealt with.
In the end, I will have mattered only to myself and a few others. As long as I am here, I am still in the game of life!
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