Generational Duty

by on Nov.17, 2013, under Leadership

Every generation has a duty to do better than the former. If the Persians and Mendes made laws that were not amendable, it was upon the generation that followed to include a chapter in their constitution named “amendments to this constitution.” It is not that the latter generation was better than the former generation, but it means that former generation was made up of good teachers and the preceding generation was made of good students. In this world the mission for every generation is one and simple: To look at the past, make improvements and lay foundations for the coming generations. A generation that will do the above will have served its purpose, every generation should do so.


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