I don't relish "senior moments", but I'm sure grateful for those "good old days". As a child of the 1960's, I remember a toy gun brought to school for "Show and Tell". It was no big deal back then though a child couldn't do that now. Respect, trust and love existed in society much unlike today.
Families embraced, loved and supported each other. Parents didn't kill their children--or each other-- in despair. Most kids weren't disrespected or used for sex trafficking. People were more content in who they were as there was no identity theft problem. Money was honestly made. People didn't steal out of desperation to support habits like now. There was also no debate in which public restroom to use. ( Can you really believe this, folks?) Technology was not advanced so problems were mentally solved. There was no nationwide "obese" problem. Families could go out in public and not worry about being shot in larger cities. If you had a flat tire and was pulled over, some passerby would stop to help you. People respected each other so they helped one another. Trust was relevant those decades ago. How many people could you honestly trust to help you with a flat tire now?
Respect, morals, values, trust, love and common sense prevailed in society 50 years ago. Life was not perfect but better than today. Recollecting those cherished memories, I didn't realize how good life was back then. Though much has changed as I watch the news today, those good old days become more precious. Oh, how sweet they were!