From a critique of unrealistic expectations fueled by social media to the value of self-reliance and perseverance, the conversation delves into meaningful life lessons and thought-provoking moments. Join Patrick Madrid as he explores these topics and engages with callers, offering insight and wisdom on navigating the challenges of modern life. This episode is filled with diverse viewpoints and inspirational stories.
- David – What do you think Jesus would say to the girl in the Tic-toc video? (01:53)
- David – I am a 33-years-old who used to work in the restaurant industry for a long time and was able to buy my own property with the money I made. Now I am working in sales.
- Dan – Our educational system is doing a bad job teaching history, so our youth don’t know about the tough times America has gone through. I blame the educational system.
- Email – There is a victim mentality happening to young people (16:57)
- Bob – I am 22 and spend a lot of time on tic-toc, but am also strong Catholic. I think it’s bad and I am addicted to it but I don’t think it is always communistic.
- Kathleen – I was born in 1932 in the heart of the depression. I had souls of shoes with newspaper in them and it was hard. Young people need to set goals and get to work.
- Rose Mary – I was raised to work hard and live on my own. There is a German saying about work that I like: “work is a blessing”
- Brenda – I find the Tic-ticker annoying because I worked hard and never asked my mom for anything. (44:14)