Several decades ago, a leading psychologist, Morris Massey, noted that culturally, the experiences that we have at about the time we are 10-12 years old, shape our lives in pivotal ways…and tend to define whole generations…with those shared experiences.
His work was detailed in a video called, “What You Are Is Where You Were When….”
What was happening in your world when you were about 10-12 years old?
World War II and Victory Gardens? The Cold war? Hiding under desks during nuclear drills? (False sense of security?); Viet nam? (Loss of confidence in leaders?); Neil Armstrong/man on moon? (Yes, we can do it! Triumph!); JFK/Martin Luther King Assassinations? Columbine? Challenger? (Need for self-reliance?) Do you recall positive social/cultural events or negative social/cultural events? How did they influence you? Your generation? Recognizing that such socio/economic events do have an impact (as do those of your community, your family, your ethnic value experiences), still, think about what was happening when you were 10-12 years old—it can be an important introspection.
Please share how the national stage/community stage (when you were about 10) impacted your life! And how your light essence shines today!
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