When planning for my daughters 16th birthday party, and she wanting to do a ’50’s theme and in listening to some of the ’50's music, I realized just how innocent things were. The songs of “Be Bop,” love, and youthful relationships warmed the heart of an era gone bye. Then for the fun of it, we listened to some of the ’60's music, the “Be Bop” was gone, and the love and relationships were more strained and the innocence was fading quickly. This was a dramatic change within our culture, the ’60s questioned anything and everything of the past, and the authority of parents, government and God were in question. Anything that seemed to have structure was frowned upon. The upheavals of the ’60s have passed, but it seems to have settled as the norm of the present.