Today, members of the different generations say they are getting along well, mostly. Many children and their parents are best friends — yet of course they are not alike. Their ways of reasoning, communicating and interpreting their values are much different. These days the different generations often have little time to spend together. Are we able to share our lives more deeply? Or do we only respect someone’s opinion, without going beyond the surface? This month we explore rich inter-generational relationships, for only together can we be prepared for the future.
John and Mary Welch age in harmony with one another and their children
How relationships between people of different ages can be fruitful
Two Argentinian experts — one Jewish, one Catholic — show the art of dialogue
Sometimes life gives us a second chance