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The whole music world is based on the young, the very young people.
Old people. They don't know shit. This generation is moving faster.
Youth, what a pity to waste it on the young.
The younger generation will come knocking at my door.
We must view young people not as empty bottles to be filled, but as candles to be lit.
Young people recognize the big challenges that are coming up ...
How ruthless and vile and hard and right the young are.
Youth should be a savings bank.
Anyone interested in the world generally can't help being interested in young adult culture - in the music, the bands, the books, the fashions, and the way in which the young adult community develops its own language.
Who can understand young people these days?
Young people often serve as scapegoats for the challenges communities face. At the same time, they are routinely pushed away from connecting to their communities as serious problem-solvers capable of changing the world.
I think that there is a lot going on with young people today.
The young people are the most active and vital force in society. They are the most eager to learn and the least conservative in their thinking. This is especially so in the era of socialism.
Youth deals only in extremes ...
Everyone young going down the long slide
To happiness, endlessly.
Anonymous young men with all-American bone structures.
Young fellows will be young fellows.
Ask the young. They know everything.
I think young people are the most creative and the coolest - people that we should be learning from. Even when I'm at a party, I'm analyzing it and thinking about it in the context of how I would write about it. That side of me never switches off.
We need spirited, energetic and strong young people whose hearts are filled with life, enthusiasm, zeal and dynamism; whose souls are full of ambition, aspiration and vigor and have great goals, rising and aspiring to reach them until they eventually arrive at their destination.
A youth of frolic, an old age of cards.
Young people are experts on leisure, water skiing, dancing, rock music, rapping, TV watching ... by and large, chores are a thing of the past.
Young people are the same as they always were. They are just as ignorant.
Young. Goofy. Infinite.
I don't see teenagers anymore. I see ... I see youths. Slumped S shapes in their hoodies, all huddled round a bin of burning grannies. All texting eachother because they've given up on speech.
For age but tastes of pleasures youth devours.
I get a lot from all young people. I make movies for young people. If I made pictures for people my age, no one would see them. I hang with young people all the time.
The young break rules for fun. The old for profit.
The adult were once young.
The young have not yet attained adulthood.The young must learn to appreciate the wisdom of elderly people and learn from their life experiences.
Our modern society - especially in the West, and especially now - reveres youth.
Fortunately for us and our world, young people are not easily discouraged. The hopes of the world rest on the fresh outlook of young people
The young don't know what age is, and the old forget what youth was.
Youth doesn't need friends - it only needs crowds.
The young people are the ones who most quickly identify with the struggle and the necessity to eliminate the evil conditions that exist.
You young people with your twittering and your creating of content. Or what is it - queefing? I don't know what you young people are calling it.
The youth is the hope of our future.
One can only call that youth healthful which refuses to be reconciled to old ways and which, foolishly or shrewdly, combats the old. This is nature's charge and all progress hinges upon it.
The youth are the spoils of war.
Young. Old. Just Words.
The young are just as opinionated as the old, but have more exciting things to do than sit around airing their opinions all day.
Who can know the heart of youth except youth itself.
Young people, all too often, find their interests overlooked and their voices ignored.
The most foolish description of the young is that they are rebellious. The truth is that they are a fellowship of cowards.
Youth is not a time of life; it is a state of mind; it is not a matter of rosy cheeks, red lips and supple knees; it is a matter of the will, quality of the imagination, a vigor of the emotions; it is the freshness of the deep springs of life.
I'm not a big fan of young people.
Youth is so insatiable of happiness, and has such sublimely insane faith in its own power to make happy and be happy!
I'm not a young man. I'm old, tired and full of no coffee.
Let us acknowledge and celebrate what youth can do to build a safer, more just world. Let us strengthen our efforts to include young people in policies, programmes and decision-making processes that benefit their futures and ours.
Young people think they know it all, but a lot of old salts around know they don't.
Teenagers are people too!
Thirty-year-old children who refused to act like grown-ups.
Don't be so quick to count out the teenagers. Some of the world's greatest changes, brilliant poetry, and innovations have come from the teenage mind.
Young people want you to be real with them.
The old know what they want; the young are sad and bewildered.
The old need the company of the young so that they renew their contact with life.
The most aggravating thing about the younger generation is that I no longer belong to it.
Youth is just wasted on young people.
Too bad that youth is wasted on the young.
All the same, they [young, twenty-somethings] can't help feeling that the aged and even the infirm have somehow elected that condition ... or have as it were been assigned those roles ... so that they ... can play their youthful-energetic, all but immutable selves.
So many interests compete for our young people, from drug barons
to sex traffickers who are constantly looking for ways to revive their ageing workforce
Youth is a perpetual intoxication; it is a fever of the mind.
I'm not young. What's wrong with that?
Kids on the Youtube, learning how to be cool.
I don't think about 'age groups.'
I know very few young people, but it seems to me that they are all possessed with an almost fatal hunger for permanence.
The young are of age when they twitter like the old; they are driven through school to learn the old song, and, when they have this by heart, they are declared of age.
Young people are better educated. They grew up in a society which is well connected, well informed. They are able to communicate to one another, to know what is happening.
Youth is feeling seventy years old, misanthropic, and ready to die at fifteen
Youth has no age.
Ya' know, these days kids seem to be getting younger and younger.
Young people, we have this thing about us, this invincibility, because we're young and we're growing up and we want to have fun, and we want to be crazy, and nothing's wrong with that unless you're not being responsible.
Youngsters tend to save the whole world
while their parents struggle to save theirs.
Youth is gone
and will never come back: can't help it.
The last people with any ideas are young people.
The world is to the young.
Youths are the life blood of any nation.
One of the great things about young people is that they do question, that they do care deeply about justice, and they they have open minds.
The bulk of our community is probably between the ages of 20 and 34.
The young can exasperate, of course, and frighten, and condescend, and insult, and cut you with their still unrounded edges. But they can also drag you, as you protest and scold and try to pull away, right up to the window of the future, and even push you through.
If youth only knew, if age only could.
There are no experienced young people. Time makes experience.
The noisy vacancy of youth, the quiet vacancy of age.
Some age, others mature.
A young mind leads to a young body.
Youth may outrun the old, but not outwit.
Youngsters are the most discerning audience. They want entertainment, they want issues.
Youth is always an enemy to the old ...
Youth thinks too damn much.
Young people live exactly today ... and they live in the immediacy of their world. And it's important for us, people from older generations to realize that a lot of our values, a lot of our truths are no longer truths, are no longer valuable.
The young remember most deeply
Rather than focusing on coarse generational categories, it makes more sense to focus on the skills and knowledge that are necessary to make sense of a mediated world. Both youth and adults have a lot to learn.
Young men, come and blow things up.
Youth is quick in feeling but weak in judgement.
If you start pandering to young people, you're going to get accused of simply giving people what they want.
Youngsters of this generation seem not quite so hazardous except in the way of mechanical speed, bad liquor and venereal diseases.
Old men make war, young men fight and die
That's where the future lies, in the youth of today.
The man who joins with youths stays young in heart and mind. In exchange for the gift of their vitality and eagerness, the mature of man can give guidance and trust, a sympathetic ear and helping hand.
Youth is something very new: twenty years ago no one mentioned it.
Young people are gross with their faces and their hope.