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The illusion of Old Fashioned Values

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Hey Guys—



Every now and then you will hear the phrase, more often mentioned

by women than men, that they are looking for someone with “Old
Fashioned Values.”  


While I understand the intent (i.e. it translates to financial

security, one on one commitment, and to a degree flattery), I
always find it amusing because one has to wonder which “old”
values they are referring to.


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The term is often interchangeable with “1950’s values,” but

certainly not “1920’s values.”  In 1950, the nation was healing
from World War II, almost every able bodied man had served in
the military, and most women worked arduous days together on
the home front.  Naturally there was more discipline, a much
better work ethic, an understanding of teamwork, and great
national pride.


In the 1920’s, values were all about the pursuit of pleasure,

getting rich quick in the stock market, glamorous movie stars,
sexual exploration, and other things not necessarily known as
“traditional.”


In the 1960’s it was about free love, free sex, revolution, drugs,

rebellion and other things not associated with old fashioned
values.


In the 80’s it was about being BIG, about accomplishment, about

achievement, about Patriotism, about pride, and oh yes, having a
hell of a good time with naughty girls.  It was partially old
fashioned values, and partially hedonism.


The point is, there’s no such thing as Old Fashioned Values, just

values that tend to be more beneficial to you personally and to
society. These values wax and wane as time passes. A young
poofter/hipster of today has a much lazier version of 60’s radicals
values, while a young Marine today has almost exactly the same
values of a young Marine during World War Two.


The point is this:  there ARE individual values you can adopt that

are proven to be more beneficial to you (and to society) than the
absence of those values, or values that lead to destructive behavior.  
The value of ambition predicated on compensation for value delivered,
the value of personal responsibility, the value of physical fitness,
the value of constantly learning, the value of mental toughness,
and other such values are values that will get you far. The absence
of these values will get you meager results, if any at all.


So choose your values carefully. Yes, cultural circumstances can

and do create them en masse good and bad, but you always have the
option to choose your own.  There are a certain set of values that
allow you to achieve, and a certain set (which can be an absence
of values) that cause you to fail.  Luckily, you get to choose,
and always making your own choice is a fine, fine value in and of
itself to adopt.


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On with the fun…



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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