If fear is fading, is respect won more?
If respect is increasing, does fun happen more?
If fun is increasing, does creativity happen more?
If creativity is increasing, should we see wonders more?
If there is wonder still, is there room for fear?
If there is room for fear, does love still exist?
If love managed to persist, the quest for happiness, is it over yet?
These thoughts often come to me leading to the question: Are we doing better than before? Some new laws protect the child, that’s very good. If our modern tools like laws and standardized education increased the happiness or even creativity index, then we might be okay.
Question is: To what extent does the child need to be served such information on a platter before they figure out life, that right begins to come before duty; supremacy in dissed-respect begins to evaluate quality of love?
Lush or Slush? Where will the lotus or rose grow best that spread selfless joy to the world OR emanate exquisite aromas, sharing silent happiness with passers by.