Not much , just a continuing spiral downhill, in the dissing of our own culture.......
the biggest difference I see is the total lack and disregard of respect for others. The whole world has become more commercial, everyone wants material things and things like basic common courtesy are few and far between.
* rant over *
In the old generation, methinks there was a lot of respect for culture. Even the older members of the society were respected, unlike now when there is no respect at all.
The new generation no longer follow orders blindly. They are always ready to ask why they have to do things the way they are asked to do, and this, in most cases, has contributed to a lot of unnecessary conflicts in the society.
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