Colton Dixons song “Our time is now” keeps reminding me that we can’t wait for the world to change to the better but that our time is now to become warriors of the truth. Warriors who understand the responsibilities we have for each other, as well as for the planet we call home.
In general we call them Generations X, Y and Z. Young people that were born after 1978. Much is being said about those generations. Not all is positive and I am sure at least one article crossed your path about our short-comings, but also about our strengths.
Here are a few other things we will have to understand and consider when we talk about our future as a world society:
We are experiencing an elevation of energy and vibration we’ve never had before. We haven’t seen generations being more emotionally disconnected, suffering from depression, anxiety or other mental illnesses (source: http://www.adaa.org/about-adaa/press-room/facts-statistics) than the X,Y and Zs. We’ve never before had such a high amount of electrical smog and pollution and toxins of all sorts hit our bodies at ones.
While it seems as it is a time of defeat, it is also the time of tremendous hope. While many people start to stand up and fight the good fight, we especially see the phenomenon within young people. They stand up for their generation, not only for themselves. Children cry in pain over the loss of environmental stability and balance. Teenagers fight to preserve their future. The passion with what we arise is powerful and impeccable.
Continue reading this article at Huffington Post HERE