Alina Prokudina
Something that we have to admit The last weekend I watched an edutainment film about aging and death. On of the smart insights was the advantageous nature of generations shift for the evolution. The point was that every next generation is more intelligent, more technologically advanced and more efficient in handling different aspects of life. This is quite the opposite from what the elderly like to say about the youth: "It was much better back in my days!", shaking their fists in the air and mumbling that young people are dumb. The approach towards the issue seems wiser to me in rural Japan, where people before dying may even choose to leave their home and die in solitude, providing more space for their descendants.
Dec 15, 2020 6:57 AM
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December 15, 2020