Only people who live outside cities realize the size of them. London turns out to be huge; there are great swaths, vast panoramas, a whole diaspora I'd never imagined. The place I live in tends to be manageably small, a few familiar journeys and destinations.
Educationists should build the capacities of the spirit of inquiry, creativity, entrepreneurial and moral leadership among students and become their role model.
It's true that humanity has seen a succession of crises, wars and atrocities, but this negative side is offset by advances in technology and cultural exchanges.
I prefer the countryside to cities. This is also true of my films: I have made more films in rural societies, and villages, than in towns.
When you're younger and traveling and visiting new countries and cities, that stuff is exciting; it's flashy, it's shiny, but I always had this separation between who I was as a person and who I was as a player.
Leaders who master emotions can rob us of our capacities to reason. If their values are out of step with our own, the results can be devastating.
Amazon is pursuing something called Amazon Key, which lets its couriers unlock Prime customers' doors and deliver packages. It's pairing the service, which it plans to make available in 37 cities next month, with a camera so users will have intelligence inside and outside their homes, presumably boosting trust and lowering creepiness.
So many people witness atrocities and can't take their eyes away from them, but that doesn't mean they're good.
I love new cities, and if I haven't travelled for a month, the need to go somewhere starts to gets under my skin.
You go to a lot of cities they've got these great big footballer's houses. There's not many in Stoke-on-Trent.