February 26, 2002
When in both the nineteenth and twentieth centuries did people look about at the advancements which made their lives much more livable did they say that it was great to be living in the times in which they lived? As we live now, we gloat at the wonders of the computer age and see how much better our lives can and will be for us but there lies one interesting query. Did others in the times passed feel the same way come the Industrial Revolution or the post-war boom? With each century comes that feeling that great things will come.