In my time ...
In my time ...
The English FamilyThe English Family
Doctor,Doctor, RonaldRonald
GibsonGibson, began a, began a
conference onconference on...
““1- Our youth love luxury and is rude, ignores1- Our youth love luxury and is rude, ignores
authorities and has not the s...
2- Since I have no hope for the2- Since I have no hope for the
future of our country if the youth offuture of our country ...
3- Our world came to its critical3- Our world came to its critical
point. The children no longer listenpoint. The children...
4- This youth is spoiled to the depths of4- This youth is spoiled to the depths of
the heart. Young people are criminals a...
Somethings just never change AfterSomethings just never change After
enunciating the four appointments,enunciating the fou...
" The first sentence is of" The first sentence is of
Socrates (470-399 A. C.)Socrates (470-399 A. C.)
The second is from Hesiod (720 A.C)The second is from Hesiod (720 A.C)
The third is a priest (2000 A. C.).The third is a priest (2000 A. C.).
The fourth was written on a clay vaseThe fourth was written on a clay vase
discovered in ruins of Babylondiscovered in rui...
And to the amazement of the audience,And to the amazement of the audience,
concluded by saying:concluded by saying:
““- La...
Relax, THINGS THAT HAS ALWAYSRelax, THINGS THAT HAS ALWAYS
BEEN WILL ALWAYS BE!”BEEN WILL ALWAYS BE!”- Ronald- Ronald
Gibs...
We are theWe are the
worldworld
04/07/1304/07/13
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  1. 1. In my time ... In my time ...
  2. 2. The English FamilyThe English Family Doctor,Doctor, RonaldRonald GibsonGibson, began a, began a conference onconference on generationalgenerational conflict, usingconflict, using these citations:these citations:
  3. 3. ““1- Our youth love luxury and is rude, ignores1- Our youth love luxury and is rude, ignores authorities and has not the slightest respectauthorities and has not the slightest respect for the elderly. Our children today are realfor the elderly. Our children today are real tyrants. They do not become standing when antyrants. They do not become standing when an older person enters. They respond to theirolder person enters. They respond to their parents and are simply bad.parents and are simply bad.
  4. 4. 2- Since I have no hope for the2- Since I have no hope for the future of our country if the youth offuture of our country if the youth of today takes power tomorrow,today takes power tomorrow, because the youth is unbearable,because the youth is unbearable, unbridled, just horribleunbridled, just horrible..
  5. 5. 3- Our world came to its critical3- Our world came to its critical point. The children no longer listenpoint. The children no longer listen to their parents. The end of theto their parents. The end of the world can not be far away.world can not be far away.
  6. 6. 4- This youth is spoiled to the depths of4- This youth is spoiled to the depths of the heart. Young people are criminals andthe heart. Young people are criminals and idlers. They will never be as youth before.idlers. They will never be as youth before. The youth of today will not be able toThe youth of today will not be able to maintain our culture.”maintain our culture.”
  7. 7. Somethings just never change AfterSomethings just never change After enunciating the four appointments,enunciating the four appointments, Dr. Gibson, noted how much of theDr. Gibson, noted how much of the audience approved of each of theaudience approved of each of the sentences. He waited a moment to besentences. He waited a moment to be silenced the murmurs of the peoplesilenced the murmurs of the people commenting on the statement andcommenting on the statement and then revealed the origin of thethen revealed the origin of the phrases, saying:phrases, saying:
  8. 8. " The first sentence is of" The first sentence is of Socrates (470-399 A. C.)Socrates (470-399 A. C.)
  9. 9. The second is from Hesiod (720 A.C)The second is from Hesiod (720 A.C)
  10. 10. The third is a priest (2000 A. C.).The third is a priest (2000 A. C.).
  11. 11. The fourth was written on a clay vaseThe fourth was written on a clay vase discovered in ruins of Babylondiscovered in ruins of Babylon (modern Baghdad) and more than(modern Baghdad) and more than 4.000 years existence.4.000 years existence.
  12. 12. And to the amazement of the audience,And to the amazement of the audience, concluded by saying:concluded by saying: ““- Ladies and gentlemen, mothers,- Ladies and gentlemen, mothers, parents:parents:
  13. 13. Relax, THINGS THAT HAS ALWAYSRelax, THINGS THAT HAS ALWAYS BEEN WILL ALWAYS BE!”BEEN WILL ALWAYS BE!”- Ronald- Ronald GibsonGibson
  14. 14. We are theWe are the worldworld 04/07/1304/07/13
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