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"Learn from the mistakes of others. You can't live long enough to make them all yourself." - Eleanor Roosevelt. As you read this, take a moment to pontificate about your life, what are some of the lessons you wish the generation that preceded you had left behind in a diary that you could access anytime you needed advice in a non-judgmental way? As you think about that, also think about the lessons you hope to pass on to the generation succeeding you Lessons from Generation X to Generation Next is a compilation of over 3,000 anecdotes that describe some of the lessons the author has learned throughout her life. The book is divided into 10 categories: family, parents, education, career, health, finances, relationships, pop culture, life, and spirituality. The book offers real-life guidance to people of all ages that will greatly improve the quality of life for anyone who reads it and perhaps generations to come. It is not only wise to learn from our mistakes but generationally advantageous to share what we have learned with those who might be heading down the path we are all too familiar with. Eleanor Roosevelt suggested that we won't live long enough to make them all ourselves and realistically why would we want to? There are few guarantees in life, but one of the most sobering is that one day we will die, and even though death might capture our bodies, our spirits will forever be liberated in the lessons we pass on from one generation to the next.
Publisher: Short Hills, NJ : Burford Books, [2003], c1996
ISBN: 9781580801157
Branch Call Number: 940.548341 Tea
Characteristics: 250 p. : ill., map. --


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