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As children, we can’t wait till we are teenagers. Age 16 comes and we can’t wait to be 21. Twenty-one comes and we can’t wait to be 30.
On it goes, waiting to retire, and even that has been extended.
Each year we lose someone we care about to death. The gathering for that, too, is growing smaller and smaller.
In the 1980s, people began wanting a sense of belonging and the search for generations past became a must in nearly every family.
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