LETTER: Next generation now
When you look at the outside world from through your front door, one has to wonder where are we going? Who is going to lead? Who is going to make decisions? Who will step up? Who will do the work?
A generation of technogeeks are growing up. Writing in cursive is not taught and respect for others is questionable. When we have workers wanting $15 an hour to work in a burger place, but yet we cannot find money to help veterans, it is a little topsy-turvy.
We are more humane towards animals than people, worrying about an animal’s welfare rather than a whole race’s culture.
I was watching a TV show the other day, and they kept implying that for the kids going through problems, it starts at home with the parents; either the parents are not available, around, or even care. When do we, as parents, give our children what they need to be well-balanced adults ready to be our next leaders? Can you look at your child now and say, “Yes, they are ready”?