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Gen Xers, Reading the Aura of One of Your Own, Comedian Chris Rock

Aura reading Chris Rock, a happy empath

Aura reading Chris Rock, a happy empath

Gen Xer Chris Rock is famous as a “Saturday Night Live” alum, a movie star, and director.

But he is best known as one of the funniest standup comics of all time. Not afraid to discuss politics and race relations, Chris Rock has been a vocal critic of racial profiling. Often he describes incidents of “everyday racism” that have affected him, despite being famous since 1985.

Regarding that fame, what is another reason why Chris Rock is widely respected? Celebrity or not, he lacks the typical “Look at me, I’m famous!” attitude.

Gen Xers, How RES Can Help You

As latchkey children, many of you Gen Xers had to learn to let yourselves in.

As latchkey children, many of you Gen Xers had to learn to let yourselves in.

Were you born between 1964 and 1980? Then, generationally speaking, you are a Gen Xer.

Amazingly, you didn’t grow up with computers. Even though you’re so good with them, you could be considered the last generation to grow up before computers.

Well, you probably learned to use them way before finishing high school. Still, there’s a difference, isn’t there?

What do I especially love about you Gen Xers as a group?  How you question authority; then you don’t stop there but go on to seek answers.

So many of you Gen Xers care more to fix the neighborhood than to save the world. “Think globally, act locally” is no mere slogan for you. Thank God! And thanks to so many of you for showing social responsibility in that way.

What else?