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How do compare your childhood and the present day children ?  

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Any similiarities ? Dissimilarities?

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Obviously when i look at the children today and kind of remember what was I like when I was there age.

The only thing that comes out of my mouth is “How can that even be possible?”

How can they be so smart?

—>  I mean, when I was like them, I was literally dumb.

The much exposure to technology only cam when i reached my adolescent years. But these guys get it from the day they learn to talk.

But there’s a bad side too….

I remember, when I was young we would play games which were mostly outdoor. But the kids today dont even get to see how a big yard is like. All they get is a screen with glowing colours and moving objects.

But that isn’t life… w were taught to get outside and explore, But today kids are taught to stay inside and be safe. Technology is definitely worth use but only when you know the limited.

These little kids surely dont have that much conscience and the parents who do have conscience are silent just to make sure that the kids dont interrupt the while working, so they give’em a smartphone to play with. And dont even think for once that they are destroying their own childs life.

Another change that i have seeen is in the parents…

At our time we were never left alone. either of our mother or father was always there with us. But in today’s working life most of the kids are in day cares, where they spebnd around 8-0 hours during which there parents work.

And when they finally return, the parents are too tired to even play with the kids. And they even have a great excuse for this :They say : “We are working so hard for you my baby, so that you get what you want? “

Excuse me !!!—–> a kid ?

What does a kid want except love and care. And i dont think that any kid like to be cared by someone else than their parents.

 

So yes., things have changed. Some for good and some for bad.

But I really think that there are much more the children these days could have explored if they were taught to step outside and leave the useless colorful device they’ve got.

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There is no comparison between the Children we were and the children’s of present times. these generation kids should be called as “Internet Generation” since they are more smarter than our smart phones 😃 and we as a children were dumb. but there is surely one major difference i found as a child, i was very active and playful as we used to go out for playing involved in more physical  activities but these days kids are becoming lazy day by day as they are stick to their smartphones, ipads. etc., resulting in less of physical activity and more of visual activity which is somewhere affecting their health.

and yes things have changed alot and it has both pros and cons. 

 

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There is no comparison between the Children we were and the children’s of present times. these generation kids should be called as “Internet Generation” since they are more smarter than our smart phones 😃 and we as a children were dumb. but there is surely one major difference i found as a child, i was very active and playful as we used to go out for playing involved in more physical  activities but these days kids are becoming lazy day by day as they are stick to their smartphones, ipads. etc., resulting in less of physical activity and more of visual activity which is somewhere affecting their health.

and yes things have changed alot and it has both pros and cons. 

 

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