Youth and Coming of Age - During this period of life from birth to age 21, children are dependent upon the generational type of their parents and grandparents.
Rising Adulthood - During this period of life roughly between ages 22-44, their cohort-group begins to be a force in the generational cycle, asserting their dominant peer personality.
Midlife - During this period of life between 45 and 65, a generational group assumes leadership roles and begins to influence younger generations.
Elderhood - During this period of life from 65 until death, leadership roles are still assumed in some measure and a generation begins to look toward mentoring and leaving endowments for future generations.
Spiritual Awakening - Rebelling against the status quo, Idealists launch an aggressive push toward new values and ethical behavior during this generational cycle .
Secular Crisis - During this generational cycle, the nation faces a major military, economic, or environmental...
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