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On being more specific...and the future of generation X and Y

As I remember my end of 2008 entry, I realized the my goal then is to go to a desert. But I think my visioning wasn't that specific, I ended up inside the Dubai Airport waiting for my connecting flight to Brazil. I didn't specify that I should be outside, actually seeing the desert. hahaha.. :) Moving forward, I have to be more specific in my goals!


Everything has been said about 2009.... the disasters, the deaths and the recession... maybe it's a prologue to 2012. Now, I am not saying that 2012 will be the end of everything but maybe 2012 will bring about a major change in humanity's history. I am not removing aliens visiting us and making a bonggacious introduction! My Star Trek fantasy will come true! And I don't have to wait two or three lifetimes!

The year 2010 will be about coming face to face with our mortality. It has been observed that people nowadays are more conscious about their health and their diets. We all want to live longer and productive lives.

But I panic for our generation! It's a generation of sedentary office workers who are stressed, and eat fast food. Also, I panic at the sight of office workers at 4 pm at the lobby of our office building, talking in a sea of cigarette smoke. Well, I am one of those puffing individuals and I panic for the rising cost of insurance 5 or 10 years from now from lung cancer.

What can I say about our generation? This is it, a couple of years from now, we are going to face a big change in our history. If you only have two years left... what will you do? :) This is just in terms of perspective and this is not a prophecy or something. Just something to think about as 2010 begins....

La Vie Boheme! :)



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