Born as a secular crisis is ending and protected from the reality of the world by their parents, this group criticizes their elders, selfishly looking for spiritual self-discovery. In adulthood, they become the moral force of society, condemning behaviors and attitudes they once trumpeted as youth.
Neglected as both children and seniors, this group raised themselves. They sought independence at an early age and became staunch risk-takers and unconventional artists, eventually becoming more pragmatic and focused on family. Those of this group prove to be excellent leaders and achieve great works in the business world.
Growing up after a spiritual awakening, this group focuses on cooperation, conformity, and community service with a view towards common goals and actions. As adults, they will build secular institutions, assuming leadership roles. Their senior years will continue to be active.
This group grew up in an America in...
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