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Let Seniors Save Your Business

June 2, 2009

Which one do you think is better: screwing up because you didn’t know or because you didn’t ask? For a moment let us focus to people called baby boomers. The generation who were born after the Second World War and they made what Western world is. Yes, you can blame them for all the good and bad things happening today.

Is it their fault?

People who are now in their 60’s are pretty much responsible for everything happening around the globe right now. They started burning oil without considering environment, they built the economic system that now has crashed, they made Coca-Cola more available around developing countries than pure water. It is not a resume you wish have when you retire. So does this mean baby boomers have raped the Earth for the past 60 years?

Can you do this?

Sure, those people have lived life to the fullest when it comes to resources this land has to offer. While doing that they also have created freedom. The freedom to write, to read, to speak, to be what ever you want. What ever you want. A remarkable philosophy. That all man are free. And not just write it down like guys with long wigs did couple hundred years ago, but the baby boomers actually made it happen.

Wipe out seniors?

When everyone is free to be what they want sometimes things go too far. Mistakes happen. But the funny thing about doing mistakes is that you tend to learn from them. Often a lesson is so valuable that you are glad you made a mistake in a first place. You may even feel privileged to be able to understand it fully after stumbling. What we want to do now as a next generation is to clear out people who have failed. To wipe out 60 years of past failures to start fresh.

Is your way the right way?

What do you think happens after the baby boomers are gone? Do you think we are better off? Now, we can go on and make our own mistakes and learn from them. Eventually we will be successful because that is the law of cause and effect. You try until you succeed. Wait a second. Does it really have to be that way? Could we just once learn from other people’s mistakes without having to make the same mistakes again?

What is human?

The title “Let Seniors Save Your Business” could be what we need right now. When everything is falling apart economically, ecologically and even socially. Instead of throwing away people who have failed you would give them a second chance. To try again and this time more intelligently. Isn’t a second chance something you would like to get as well the next time when you have fail?

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