This has two components: one gaps between the older generation and the younger. What is missing is the
This has multiple components: First; gaps between the older generation and the younger. What is missing is the LINK, so that the older generations can pass along their wisdom and experience and the younger generation can not only receive the handed-down wisdom, but can be willing and enabled to add/ share their own acquired knowledge, especially in the era of the social media. Secondly, and most importantly, it pertains to the proper transmission of the Christian faith to the next generation, the “digital natives”. Given the cultural and technological universe in which young ones inhabit, existing gaps need to be holistically addressed adequately and urgently. Habesha children, described as a hybrid entity, encounter difficulties as well as opportunities living in a third space between their home and their outside life experience. Without significant support, they face enormous challenges that potentially steer them in wrong directions. It could even result in Intergenerational conflict, creating relational havoc in the family
LINK, so that the older generations pass along their wisdom and experiences and the younger generation not only receives the handed wisdom but is willing and enabled to share their own acquired knowledge specially in the era of the social media. Secondly and most importantly, it pertains to the transmission of the Christian faith to the next generation, the critical gap that obtains currently had to be holistically addressed and tackled urgently.