Feeling like being part of a "lost generation"? I hope not, but even if you do, there is hope. Turn everything around (well, maybe not everything, but the things that are going in the wrong direction). ;-)
my first thought was "what did we do to make you even think of the blog and us when you saw 'lost generation'?" Very interesting that they literally reversed this apocalypse-like thinking...and suddenly future seems so much brighter for everyone. I wonder where the narrator comes from. Accent-wise, I mean. Her English reminded me of Jessi's...?
Well, I like the second half more than the first. ;)So, dearest schoolmates: The future is our's! :D (I hope that's right- I like this expression. (: )
Ok, a more serious comment:I agree that it's important to face the future and it's challenges and potentially problems. Some developings makes me forrow my brows, but all the same - it's the turn and borrow of every generation to form the future and the to-be society. We should do our very best so that we'll live a life without "If I only had known/done etc."-thoughts.Wow, how philosophic... =)See you tomorrow