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Images & Voices of Hope | December 2, 2020

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Time Magazine asks: How would you improve the world?

Time Magazine asks: How would you improve the world?

Time Magazine recently asked artists, journalists musicians and others to share ideas about how to make the world a better place. The catch? They had to do it in 140 characters or less.

This week, Time featured their responses online. Here’s what some of them had to say:

 

  • NancySpector2@nespector, (Nancy Spector), Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Guggenheim Museum: “With the best art, everything you thought you knew comes into question, even who you are. And we need to remember that this is a good thing.”

 

 

  • Steve (Woz) Wozniak's 60th Surprise Party@stevewoz, (Steve Wozniak), Co-founder, Apple Computer Inc.: “The only person you must convince in a disagreement is yourself. When someone is bad to you, be good to them. Make peace, not war.”

 

 

  • Screen Shot 2014-03-13 at 2.09.28 PM@MalalaFund, (Malala Yousafzai), Founder: “The best way to fight terrorism is to fight ignorance with books and pens.”

 

 

 

  • ScottHoying2@scotthoying, Singer, @PTXofficial: “If music is the language of the world, then just imagine how beautiful a 7 billion part harmony would be.”

 

 

 

Time also opened up the question to readers, who have been sharing their own ideas on Twitter using the hashtag #TimeIdeas. Here’s how some readers say they would improve the world.