Letter from the President
Friends of Future Generations,
The impact presented on this website is that people learning to work with what each has can redirect their communities toward more just and lasting futures. Anyone can make the world better, wherever he or she might live.
We are learning how to use the resource that all people possess: our human energies. Rising quality of life comes not through getting more, but through learning how to make what we have better. The evidence brought by Future Generations Graduate School shows this is possible. Communities need not wait for money, or for governments to change policies, or dynamic leaders. People can learn to use in constantly improving ways what they already have.
The process begins locally, then this improvement scales up, and greater improvement follows in both size and quality of life. The stories on this website share how learning better process has transformed communities.
Enjoy the read!
Daniel C. Taylor