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Don’t Forget To Remember

September 11, 2016

Wise words from Ronnie!

Ronnie McBrayer

911By observable and anthropological data, a human generation is roughly three decades. It’s by the age of thirty that people reach maturity (most, not all), establish growing families of their own, and begin the transitional phase of succeeding older generations in the workplace and community.

As time passes and one generation melds into another, the collective memory of a society changes. For example, a living American would have to be over 80 years of age today to remember the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the beginning of World War Two. That’s only about six percent of the current population. Thus, as a first hand experience of the American people, it will soon be forgotten.

While the percentages and demographics will fluctuate, other “unforgettable” events will one day live only in the stories we have been told and the history books which we read. The Apollo moon landing; the collapse of…

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