Profits, like sausages... are esteemed most by those who know least about what goes into them.
Change is not merely necessary to life - it is life.
Man has a limited biological capacity for change. When this capacity is overwhelmed, the capacity is in future shock.
Our technological powers increase, but the side effects and potential hazards also escalate.
The illiterate of the future will not be the person who cannot read. It will be the person who does not know how to learn.
Parenthood remains the greatest single preserve of the amateur.
My wife and I, unlike many intellectuals, spent five years working on assembly lines. We came to fully understand the criticisms of the industrial age, in which you are an appendage of a machine that sets the pace.
Most managers were trained to be the thing they most despise - bureaucrats.
The biggest tragedy I had was the loss of my daughter from neuromuscular disease in 2000, at age 46.
I work virtually every waking hour.