Michelangelo, his father’s son

May 04, 2019 693

BY: Thomas Vesce

It is often reported that kids today no longer go out to the streets to play with their friends and to engage in discovering novel adventures, as it was usual a few generations ago. No, today they sit down in front of a television for hours, living a virtual life made of the games and discoveries of tv shows’ characters, leaving aside the real-life joy of forming relationships with their peers that often can persist until old age.  

Sometimes, this electronic addiction is an aid for single mothers in need to find ways to support their kids. Given this environment, it would seem difficult to see young children learning how to live a life even remotely resembling those of their glamorous cinematic heroes. 

Read more

SOURCE: https://italoamericano.org

You may be interested