Wednesday, September 9, 2015

SHARING MY PIECE IN THE PDN TODAY

Just so that the critics know that I do more than just comment on our own jungle. There's a warning here for Guam by the way.




Low birth rates hurt economies


The story “Singapore celebrates” (Aug. 10 Pacific Daily News) notes that while Singapore at 50 years old is an “unrivaled economic success,” the country is also beginning to feel “the pinch … of a midlife crisis.”
But it appears to be more than just a “pinch.” According to Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s recently deceased founder and long-serving president, the “midlife crisis” is an “apocalypse now.”

3 comments:

  1. Enjoyed reading what you wrote as I too share your analysis. Mankind's downfall has always been a consequence of ignoring God's laws and thinking they know better than God.

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  2. Jobs. They are offered by businesses created by entrepreneurs who usually start these businesses when they are relatively young. An aging society is bound to have fewer entrepreneurs.

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  3. had to laugh at that population rap.

    but yes, modern "developed" society looks at people as liabilities rather than as gifts. the worst signs of this is in how it treats the unborn, the elderly, the disabled.

    sadly, many Catholic families can't serve as good witnesses to the truth of humanae vitae. if they did, they'd be called hypocrites.

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