Hi Mark, you hit the nail on the head! I love how you put it “get it while you can”. In talking with some folks, that is exactly what they said:-( And I know the Tytler has been attributed to several sources, that’s why I worded it that way. But the cycle speaks volumes and is a clear reflection of human nature. Have a tremendous weekend Mark and thanks again for reading and commenting:-)
Powerful and sobering, Tracey. Our willingness, as Americans, to keep passing ever more staggering amounts of debt on to future generations, says a lot about just how ingrained our national selfishness has become. The ol’ get-it-while-you-can. And politicians, wanting our votes, promise us we can indeed have it all.
I’d never heard of the Tytler Cycle. Makes a lot of intuitive sense. However, just FYI, its origins seem to be disputed: http://bit.ly/12EwKw
Great post— as usual! : )
Thank you so much Rosemary for taking the time to read and for your insighful comments. Yes, humility and prayer are most definitely needed to get this country back on the track to what made us great! I hope you have a tremendous weekend:-)
Awesome article Tracey – I think it is spot on – sad to say – we need to humble ourselves and pray for a miracle to get out of the mess that this country is in. Our forefather’s are probably crying, after all these did to make this a free country and we are putting ourselves (our gov is actually the most responsible.) in danger of loosing it all. Appreciate your thoughts. Rosemary Evans
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