“Our Forefather’s Heritage” and the “Latter-Day Mode de Vie”

My Country Epoque

Man has traveled a long journey to arrive where he is today.  Let us go way back to the centuries of our forefathers.  Most of them lived on farming and on the farms several generations lived together, and they did not have much to live on like we have today.  In modern living, many of us live in our own home and we can afford many things that can satisfy our family life.  We still have farming as a way of life or we can call it a profession in today’s society that we live in.  And actually many of us in one family alone can grow with good education and place ourselves in a professional activity within the modern society which our ancestors and their children did not have that great chance to abide. 

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