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The older generation today always complains that the youth are unmotivated and directionless they lack focus and the future is going down because of these behaviors Nonetheless youth are the product of its upbringing and the representation of its time Thus what they are and what they know will certainly be different from those of the older generation Therefore to say that the youngsters are useless is not only wrong as they can also contribute in their own way and teach the older generation a lesson or two As we all know todays technology moves very fast With adults daily responsibility it is almost impossible for them to keep up with every little new gadget that comes out everyday With young people its different new things interest us Furthermore being young we absorb new knowledge like a sponge Thus we can help them in getting in tune with new technologies Young kids for example can probably teach their grandparents to use the computers which in turn will also be good for their relationships In addition to that by looking at the young adults can learn about the society better As Ive mentioned earlier youngsters represent their time hence by understanding them one can understand the needs of the society as this group of age is the most outspoken A good example would be the hippie movement in the 60s The movement displayed their dissatisfaction with the system and the need for more freedom of expression As someone once said Life is a learning experience thus from that we can deduce that there is no full stop to the process of learning Therefore instead of being critical and cynical maybe older people can try to understand the youth better by learning from each other After all young people are the future
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