is money the ultimate aim

May 11, 2007 7:44am CST
I have seen people running all their lives for the sake of earning more money, but that seems to lead their children to a hollow , a darkness where the kids dont understand what is right and what is wrong. And the parents are so much busy in keeping the schedules right and tight that they dont see their kids taking the wrong turn in life. We always blame the current generation but we dont think that we are the one who dont give them time, we dont try to understand them , we dont try to solve their issues , and that is a weak moment where these kids get in to all kind of dirty stuff. Its always when we come across or we come to know when all has gone wrong , and at that time sometimes its too late , or the kids have gone too far. Everyone is a part of this society young or old , and we can make a difference by giving time to each other.
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@reachravi (453)
• India
11 May 07
Well i dont think its always the fault of the parents ..i have seen cases where [parents are over concerned due to which children go out of hands...but yes to some point when the children are young its the duty of parents to give them good values and teach them the difference between good and bad...
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@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
16 May 07
Yeah, some people can be that way. It is the money that drives people that way. Without it you can't really go very far in life.