Quotation by Jim Shahin

The world is never the same as it was.... And that's as it should be. Every generation has the obligation to make the preceding generation irrelevant. It happens in little ways: no longer knowing the names of bands or even recognizing their sounds of music; no longer implicitly understanding life's rules: wearing plaid Bermuda shorts to the grocery and not giving it another thought.
Jim Shahin (20th century), U.S. magazine editor. "Parenting in the Nineties," American Way (March 1, 1994).
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