Millennials expect to create a better future, using the collaborative power of digital technology.
Lasting solutions to many social problems will be found only as we each learn to say, 'I am society'.
Building a better future will depend on our ability to appreciate generational differences.
Our greatest resource is the human resource.
Nothing is more dangerous for society's future than having its young people grow old before their time.
Digital gadgets often plug us into an environment that's more cluttered than the real world.
Millennials aspire to marry the blue skies thinking of the Boomers with the grass-roots mindset of GenX.
People can only function at their best if they know that what they do actually matters beyond the corporate front door.
Technology works best when it facilitates human hope, activism, engagement & intervention.
Ensuring a healthy future means investing in the generation who will carry that future.
Is the future of humanity really about clouds you can't see and chips you can't eat?
For any alliance to work, the focus must remain on solving specific problems.
Wrinkles ought to be worn as a badge of honour, as a mark of survival if not wisdom.
Societies don't become less self-indulgent; people do.
We are products not of our technologies, but of our choices about how to use them.
Ours is an age that's often obsessed with knowledge at the expense of wisdom.
Progress must not become progressivism, where success is measured only by achieving pragmatic results.
People no longer want to see themselves primarily as consumers, but as activists.
The groups of which we are a part impact our decisions and our decisions shape the future.
Celebrity is more than a culture today; it is an industry, complete with fame factories.
Ethically, what one generation tolerates the next may treat as normal.
Sex education should be 'relationship education', focusing on how to achieve long-term commitment.
The idea that education can ever be value-neutral is absurd.
Confidence, not paper or digital money, is the key currency in a capitalist system.
GenXers naturally bristle at hierarchies, but thrive on partnerships.
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