I ask myself this question lots. Let me make a point, I am not trying to make a comparison between the teenagers of today compared to what they were like 10, 20 or 50 years ago or whatever. I believe most teenagers really don't know what the hell really is going on and I think that largely has to do with the education system. We have come to a stage where we are really understanding us (humans), the patterns that drive us to succeed, how to treat ourselves well and what really makes us happy. Sadly most of this is not taught in school. The closest thing you may get to this is some BS religious studies class which I would hardly call personal development. Now obviously not every teen is like this, I think a good example is Wiz Khalifa, he is an example of someone who really knew what he needed to do and worked hard at it ( [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFnCvVfnHC4]Wiz Khalifa: This Is How I Made It - YouTube[/ame] ) When I look at most people in their teen years I see people who are lost, have no passion, live for the weekend, lack emotional control and the ability to think critically/logically. I think we are at the stage of human development where it is morally incorrect for us to not have personal development studies as a compulsory part of school. This small change will resonate out huge differences in the overall quality of peoples lives and our Earth. What is your opinion on this sort of thing? Do you think you would have benefited from personal development classes? Such as listening to Joe Rogan to help expand your mind or Tony Robbins to learn more about your patterns. I believe personal development has been the single largest driving force in my life and it's thanks to that I am happy.