posted on Apr, 17 2016 @ 05:17 PM
I am glad to see you denying ignorance!
I don't agree that Americans are lazy, our history has shown that we are very industrious. Unfortunately,
many have been consumed by materialistic values, consumerism, and technology that newer generations often do not understand the values that are
The difference does occur within one simple generation. Makes no difference where the child's ancestor arrived from, Asian, Indian, Mexican, etc. The
ones I have met become frustrated with their older generations family values. They want their independence!
Certainly not completely bad to have freedom and independence, but so many become isolated eventually in their materially technological world...it
becomes depressing. I have no answers, just believe that time and hardships do have a benefit of forcing individuals to find the true benefit of
family values...even here in America.
As an American, I don't take insult of others thinking I am lazy. I simply seem that way based on their knowledge and experiences of my culture vs
their current culture. The melting pot here in America is hot...it will always meld another into the mix. Is this a good thing? Perhaps ... Yet many
as they mature and age seem to long for the good ol'days and wish they spent more time focused on valuing their families!
edit on 4 17 2016
by CynConcepts because: Edit add: back on point....we need somewhat of a steady stream of newbies to remind us that family values are