New generations bring new methods, new inventions, and new ideologies. These new developments further evolve the social, economic, and political structure of society. The generation known as millennials are no exception. Even though they are often described as disillusioned or spoiled, millennials are making evolutionary changes throughout the fabric of modern civilization. Be it big technological breakthroughs or everyday social norms, our way of life is changing due to the influence of new generations.

People, usually older generations, misunderstand the changing times when they say millennials are lazy, entitled, or misguided. Millennials are simply not interested in the old, unjust, and institutionalized thinking of the older generations. Millennials care more about methods benefiting the whole group and it will be their efforts, along with subsequent development from newer generations, to thank for helping to prevent this country, and the rest of the world, from plunging further into neofeudal plutocracy.

Changing routine is often difficult. Like with most if not all previous generations, unfortunately, there is also no shortage of resistance from behind. People, usually older generations, misunderstand the changing times when they say millennials are lazy, entitled, or misguided. Millennials are simply not interested in the old, unjust, and institutionalized thinking of the older generations. Millennials care more about methods benefiting the whole group and it will be their efforts, along with subsequent development from newer generations, to thank for helping to prevent this country, and the rest of the world, from plunging further into neofeudal plutocracy.

Technologically inclined millennials are now leading the way in our technology dependent society. Thanks to millennials, we have new, far reaching ways to communicate our thoughts, share our lives, rent our living space, measure our medical needs, carpool with strangers, and a myriad of other services you have probably used. Our lives are forever changed again and again by new thinking from a new generation, and their developments will also be further improved upon by future generations.

Our lives are forever changed again and again by new thinking from a new generation, and their developments will also be further improved upon by future generations.

A closer look shows a common theme emerging in the new developments. The new services are built upon a foundation of sharing more so than past generations. Millennials want to express their individuality, which was more of a concern with previous generations, while also wanting to share their lives with people more so than previous generations. Social media is integrating into every aspect of our lives. Social norms are changing as a result. Whether we are sharing our heartfelt thoughts, our personal moments, our passenger seats, or our vacant bedrooms, as a society we are evolving towards ideals of community sharing. 

As leadership roles pass on to the younger generations, the political economic lansdcape will also likely transform to reflect similar sharing themes. Considering the sharing nature of younger generations, it seems ever more likely that they would also want to embrace new economic policies for living together in community. Earth Sharing Geoism, for example, is one such policy concept that is in alignment with the millennial ideology of community sharing. Earth Sharing takes into account the whole of humanity and the natural resources we all need to survive as an equal right. Polls show that younger generations prefer sharing public services, such as transportation, and support group policies, such as universal health care. They are also more environmentally friendly and prefer clean and renewable alternative energy sources. Equal rights are an ongoing hot topic across multiple generations that continues to make ground as well. It's only a matter of time when the economic injustices of land and natural resource monopolization will be addressed. Ethical changes to the economic policies relating to land and natural resource management are long overdue.

Like the sun, air, and water, we all have a right to the land and natural resources of nature.

Sharing the natural resources of Earth inclusively as a collective would also help to curb pollution, eliminate poverty, and allow prosperity for everyone on a more leveled economic playing field. That all makes adopting Earth Sharing methodologies a prime option for changing the unjust political economic system when the younger generations begin to fill the seats in Congress, parliaments, and positions of governance around the world. Like the sun, air, and water, we all have a right to the land and natural resources of nature. Claiming exclusive ownership to land and natural resources is akin to claiming exclusive ownership to the sun and the energy being emitted from the sun, which we also need to survive. Compensating for exclusive ownership is another policy we will likely see in the form of a Citizen's Dividend Universal Basic Income. Finding successful ways to share nature properly will be our ticket to solving much of the suffering in the world. Wars, hunger, and greed can be replaced with peace, abundance, and cooperation.

Efficiently sharing the land and natural resources of Earth is essential for peaceful sustainability. A society that thrives on abounding technological advancement will not sustain itself with our current resource model based on plundering, hoarding, exploiting, and perpetuating exclusivity of the vital resources everyone needs to survive. This is clearly not in alignment with the millennial mindset, nor will younger generations tolerate such activity anymore. People are increasingly waking up to the fact that the obsolete ideals governing the management of land and natural resources causes more suffering than it does bring people closer together in a community. As newer generations take over positions of power, we can all but expect that Earth Sharing policies for the benefit of a socially connected collective humanity will further develop as well.

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