One More Time, by Ed Evans

A recent conversation with one of my sons, now in his 40's, at first held great promise for my sense of fulfillment, but quickly morphed into a pre-packaged, pre-digested, opinion that his old man lacked wisdom, knowledge and an approved sense of the future.  For my part, I quickly saw that in my desire to provide my children the best of what I had lacked, they had earned nothing and had little appreciation for what they had.  They had joined the generation that wants to swallow but doesn't want to chew.

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