A Millennial is anyone born between the early 1980’s to early 2000’s. What it means to be a Millenial is what he or she goes through that defines their very activities. Now, surely we understand that a name facilitates the caller more than the called. So we are called the millennials because of the observation of …
Recently a friend confided her view on life with me. She said, “I am like an onion, made of all these layers. These layers represent my culture, family, education, occupation, etc.”
Our identity stems from who we are and what we do. That is probably why most individuals introduce their professions right after their names. Our gender is also a key factor that is revealed in those few seconds either through our voice or appearance.
When we first start to think about who we will become, our ideas are limited to the people we see. Our doctor, teacher, nurse, what mum or dad do, or for the imaginative ones among us, Superman, Wonder Woman or Cinderella.
The judgment we confer on people governs our treatment toward them. Being judgmental says more about the judge than the judged.
Economics was taught to me in school as a ‘good to know’ subject. As a young student, I have to admit, I didn’t like numbers much. Little did I know that my entire life will orbit around them.
I remember reading about the trolley problem and discarding it as something I didn’t need to worry my ‘pretty little head’ about. I must inform the reader that I have only now begun to make sense of my life; prior to now I only existed.