To all those folks out there who follow me I thank you. Some of us might not come together “in real life” but here we are mates. The cool thing about blogging is that we see each other as people who are at different points in our lives who are geeky about the same things. No matter your orientation, age, race, gender, religion or ethnicity we all are one group of people who are just trying to make sense of the world we live in and perhaps share more about ourselves in the process. Keep on blogging you beautiful people.
We Are YoungStandard
“We Are Young”….Pat Benetar
Last night as my wife and I were heading home from the movie we came across some ladies who were on their way to see “Endless Love”. These good people didn’t know there was an original version that was made years ago starring Brooke Shields. I automatically felt old.
I get the same way when I say “back in my day” or “when I was your age”. You know I really try to bridge the generational gap with anyone I know. I think we all have struggles and issues that are timeless. Perhaps being open minded with people who are younger than ourselves can build friendships that can have benefits to everyone.
Age can be a unnecessary barrier to a lot of things in this life. Maybe if we got to know each other as people first that would solve a lot of problems. There are many younger people who know more about things I don’t have experience with.
Pablo Picasso once said that “Youth has no age”….perhaps we can all be young in body, spirit and wisdom.
When it comes down to it we are all dorks. Some are more experienced than the others.