It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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I didn’t live back then, but I sure miss many things that have deteriorated fast and no longer exist in my community. I feel your description, I’m 32, I already feel like you so I can’t imagine how it’s gonna be for me some years from now. I can’t take the lack of respect, closeness, community, awareness, manners, and deterioration of this culture and I miss what I used to have in my childhood (I am so afraid of losing my grandma, she is the connection to all of those childhood memories in a big house we all shared). I can only imagine what losing a whole town of peaceful community can feel like and just not finding it anywhere anymore. Im sending you a hug. I hope you get it, I think we both could use it.
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