We are no longer in the dispensation of age and experience. We are in the era of knowledge and information. Information leads a true leader and a true leader leads others.
I think I have many spenglerian moods about the country, and that some day people will look back and think 'this was a really goofy, unadmirable stupid time.
For me, all those systematic Bureaucracies of traditional schools jaded me. For me, I still I couldn’t understand why we have to have a factory style education for children living in the 21st century. Why hold them in place, asking them to read and repeat and giving them a number of tasks to finish? I still have no idea how exams and objective assessments could measure human behavior or intelligence. Is it some kind of barcoding human aptitude? Is it ethical anyway?
I'm just baffled in the 21st century we as human beings are still dropping bombs on each other as a means to resolve issues.
I don't believe, in the 21st century, in the balance of power system. This is a European idea of the 19th and 20th centuries.
In the 1990s and the first decade of the 21st century, regionalism was seen as a building block of globalisation.
I think there's every reason this 21st century will be much happier.
The end of commercial fishing is predicted long before the middle of the 21st century.
We will pay a heavy price if we insist on navigating the 21st century with a 20th century mindset.
The high-tech, globalized capitalism of the 21st century is very different from the postwar version of capitalism that performed so magnificently for the middle classes of the Western world.
As we move into the 21st century, there's what the Bible calls a 'quickening of the spirit.'
For better or worse, in the 21st century, reality shows are the variety show.
At the rate we're going, the 21st century looks pretty clear. It's going to be pretty violent.