Elephants have a matriarchal society by which they are governed. Their diet, the orientation in which they travel, who separates or not from the group. It is a way of living that is a little strict but correct in many ways, a society in which everyone pays respect to their elders and especially to the elderly.
This keeps them safe, healthy, well-fed and very united in a kind of brotherly love that is truly beautiful and that we can observe when one of its members dies. They fire him and wait a long time, saying goodbye to his deceased members.
Today, society is leaving aside everything that old age represents: wisdom, patience, prudence, among many other qualities that are cultivated with age.
Don't you think that they are very desirable customs and qualities in our day to day?
I do not mean by this that we must fully submit to the rules and mandates of a matriarch or a patriarch. What I mean is that order and respect for the elderly are necessary is a society in which having an advanced age has become anathema.
Nobody wants to be old, many young people do not want to be seen with their grandparents and society is deteriorating more and more with this kind of social exclusion so harmful.
Youth hates old age, but youth does not remember that it is gradually aging. Youth becomes what he despises.
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