I was witness to two displays of complete and utter moral cowardice on another site the other day. Yet those people tried to outwardly display an image of toughness. My interpretation is that they were enslaved to the worst aspects of the millenial generation. They knew no boundaries, they showed no respect and like spoilt children they set out to use anything, even private conversations, to try to hurt me and take my character publicly using outright lies and exagerations and such. The majority of twentieth century generations don't, and haven't, behaved like that in my experience so it got me thinking about the issue of nature versus nurture again. Even with past life memories are we all merely a product of our time? How much do you think past lives influence our current attitudes and moral outlooks? Personally I find that my thinking and moral standpoints are fairly similar to my most recent past lives but sometimes when I see the behaviour of others they seem to be a product of their time. Although in saying that I remember in the 1990s creating a play, stories and poems that were similar in structure to late 90s stories such as The Matrix and Fight Club. At the time they were released and I saw the similarities I thought "I am just a product of my generation, I am creating similar stuff to my peers." Perhaps our morals and attitudes are a mixture of both nature and nurture. How do you all feel about about the generational question? Do you believe, even in the light of reincarnation, that you are merely a product of your time or do past lives shape the adult you become?