CAN’T BLAME THE YOUTH
It is as a baby and during youth that you are more susceptible and vulnerable to your surroundings, with many external factors unknowingly having influences upon one’s mind set at most during such periods, and in effect shaping an ideology of your outlook on life. This can come from social settings, personal experiences, and media influences amid many other things and with which this can alter the perception and attitude of one’s views upon the world.
For such reasoning is why there are designs presented that also spurn love towards the world in coincide with those that show love towards it. Thus from being pure and innocent as infants to adolescence we are also indulged with other intentions and motives that could in turn result into actions that could potentially be self-centered (i.e. love for the image, love for the money, etc), rebellious for the better (fighting for a worthy cause and standing up for rights), or for the worse (filled with hate, anger and/or sinful in nature).
How we interpret our surroundings is essential as to how we conduct ourselves, from the way we think, interact, or dress, as we will usually conform to ways that are dictated from such occurrences within our surrounding environment that is usually imprinted from our early years in life. Ultimately it comes down to the choices that we make that determine how we view the world and how we act. We all have the instinct to know the differences between good from bad, right from wrong, and joy from pain, but still our motives can be influenced for self-indulgences and/or from how we perceive the world, and how we believe that it treats us.
So, can you really blame the youths of today or the future generations of tomorrow, or blame the way with which the settings exposes and endorses specific behavioral characteristics?! ‘Can’t Blame the Youth’ presents such notions.