Spirituality

I was born in the Sixties

grew up in the Seventies

fell in love in the Eighties

got married in the Nineties

had a family in the Noughties,

then things got strange,

made friends I never met

over a thing called the Internet,

lost touch with reality

and became another fatality

in a world void of spirituality.

pine trees under cloudy sky
Photo by Francesco Ungaro on Pexels.com

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  1. Reblogged this on From guestwriters and commented:
    For many of the older generation, it looks so weird. We regretting not having had such social media as there is today. We thinking we still would have had contacts with so many whom we liked very much in the past.

    At the same time we notice how so many of the new generation are glued to their smartphone and boast about their many friends on Facebook, but in a way are even more lonely than we, who saw already so many of our peers being carried to the grave.

    Also, so many of those youngsters seem to have the spirit of life, because the spiritual does not exist in them.

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