Q. Do you think that children born today will have better or worse lives than their parents?
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Do you think that children born today will have better or worse lives than their parents?

Do you think that children born today will have better or worse lives than their parents?


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  • samuel22

    The answer is very relative, depends of many variables.
    How was the live of the parents? ......
    How are the childrens?


       

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  • yuvika

    Our parents had different issues than us and the next generation will have issues of their own.

    While our parents were struggling with very less technological access the present and coming generation has to be saved from the pitfalls of the technology. All I wanna say is that life is always going to be offering hurdles all one can do is facing them.


    We’re all in the same game just different levels, dealing with the same hell, just different devils.


       

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  • pearljam

    I think that children born today will have worse lives than their parents. Why I think so? I have some reasons for it :

    1. Population density..High, Survival become difficult.
    2. Lack of sustainable development.
    3. Environmental degradation.
    4. Inflation, Unemployment, Corruption will expand later.
    5. Being healthy, will be luckiest person on the planet.
    6. Forget to feel happiness.

    I think, life would be uneasy despite technical advancement, Easier to run ..even in the wild.


       

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  • cryptotyl

    I think today’s children will have better lives. But it is hard. Life is getting easier and easier. I don’t know if this is good in all cases.


       

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