Fatherlessness, divorce, greed, selfishness, and laziness resulting from a lack of clear direction and vision that inevitably leads to drift has caused a generation that suffers with substance abuse, domestic violence, human trafficking, porn addiction, homelessness, and suicide.
Unfortunately today, the family unit is too often pushed aside and has become the very opposite of what it was intended for. Our families are often the place we feel the most hurt, where bitterness and anger are more predominate than forgiveness and peace. Often our families are the place we were never really accepted, we always had to do or be more. All of this leads to the problems we see in our world.
Technology is taking the place of deep interpersonal conversation. Negative outside influences are teaching our children what to think and do and have taken authority away from parents. Too many things are constantly pulling us away from what matters most.
Ultimately, the life we experienced will inevitably and inherently transfer to the generation that follows us unless something is done to stop and change it.