When we are born we become a part of the generation of our peers. My life assignment is to the so-called “baby boomer” generation which I personally refer to this group as the “Analog Generation” being born well before the electronic age took off with the individual’s access to the personal computer, and the Internet, iPhones, smart everything electronic. This new world order is on the 24-hour schedule we must now endure as our reality as members of society as we now know it.
Past memories of a time when the only phones that we had access to were at home or phone booths that were everywhere people congregated. Superman would have a serious problem today finding a place to change and store his personal property while he saved society from those who preyed on society with criminal intent. The aging process was something I really never gave much thought about when I was a young man because of the responsibilities of family commitments and just surviving life with at least a positive attitude whenever possible. That is the most that I can ask of myself as I now begin to evaluate my life experiences in earnest. The people and places I encountered are now slowly coming back to me so that I can evaluate and finally understand what the true meaning of life is. Enjoy the finite time you are given because tomorrow is not promised to anyone.
There is not one person who has ever lived who could truthfully say that I have no regrets about the experiences both positive and negative during my lifetime. That thought process either makes you a better person or not. The one constant fact of life is it constantly changes. To accept change allows us to grow mentally, spiritually, and sometimes physically into the perfection that is possible to all humanity. We all have the power to improve our lives many times over.