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How would you describe the times we live in today? Issues and good things all will be needed.
It's always been a mixture of good and bad.
Looking back over history there has (always) been wars, genocide, plagues, racism, sexism, various forms of discrimination, and criminal behavior.
The primary difference in the times we live in today and the past is we're instantly informed of things happening outside of our towns, cities, states, or nation due to 24 hour cable news and social media. One old adage is "Ignorance is bliss."
When were less informed with activities taking place around the goal it was easier to be optimistic about our future. Today we're greeted with one batch of news stories every 30 minutes encouraging us to worry about one thing or another.
We also don't trust our government or elected officials.
Uncertainty creates anxiety. The cost of awareness is less bliss.
by Amanda Littlejohn4 years ago
Do we live in the best of times or the worst of times?
by R91396 years ago
Are you happy we live in the time we do, or do you sometimes wish you lived in an earlier age?
by billd016035 years ago
Do people know more things today because of the internet?It seems that any fact you need to know is available by researching it on the internet. I don;t think that people today are better informed
by Keith James Kennedy5 years ago
If a doctor informed you that you only have 10 years left to live, how would you spend it?
by andrew savage5 years ago
What does it mean to live in End Times?
by Susan Keeping8 years ago
Unfortunately, I was in a cranky mood all morning. But then the sun came out and I was better. We had another beautiful sunny day here and it's supposed to be a sunny weekend.
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