Every generation has something to offer: You are a role model
Every generation of life receives a moniker: The Millennials, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and the Silent Generation to name several.
Do you know why one is called the silent generation? It was because they were raised being told that they should be seen and not heard. My parents shared a little about this phrase with my siblings and I on numerous occasions throughout our childhood. They passed it on from their upbringing given that they were born within the Silent Generation between 1928 and 1945.
Because we are raised by the generation and generations before us, oral history and traditions get passed down. Those who became adults after World War II are renowned for their tireless work ethic, attention to detail and for getting things done.
The women in my life such as my mom, a friend who is like a second mom and others I know who are in their 80’s have been strong role models in my life. Even as they age, they are indefatigable.
It doesn’t matter if they are exhausted, if something needs to be done, they do it. They do not put it off, they do not use an excuse. I admire this trait greatly because if I am tired, I wane on the house cleaning, which is my biggest self-pet peeve.
A trait that I respect from those of Generation Y (1980’s – 1990’s) is their awareness of the planet and their role in taking care of it. Recycling, using options to plastic and buying organic are a few great examples. That these young adults have grasped such an important concept such as their carbon footprint on the planet is wonderful and inspiring.
All of us can think of a teacher, a parent, a coach, someone in our life that has had a positive impact. They encouraged, believed, and demonstrated possibility.
As an individual, never forget to live your best life. Others are watching and being inspired and you don’t even know it.
It is our daily decisions that create a life and those choices are powerful, more so than you know. Never stop believing that you matter because there is a neighbor, a child, a young adult who needs just what you have to offer to show them that life is possible and wonderful.
You are a role model.
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