For the creation of a "Senior Act"
Our commitment to young generations.
Intergenerational solidarity is probably one of the most noble values of our time. If there is one that should receive the strongest support, it is probably that of seniors towards young people. For our future - for we have a future - does not depend solely on them, it depends on what we can pass on to them. Not only in knowledge, in experience, but also in optimism about the future. Because we needed this optimism to get where we are today.
Imagine the creation of a movement, a spontaneous current that would aim to support the young, without formalism, without rigidity, through our encounters, our movements. Imagine that this movement is called: SENIOR ACT. Let us imagine that his declaration of project and commitment resembles the following images and lines:
- We, seniors or considered such as, believe in the future and that of our children.
- Therefore, aware of the problems and challenges of a world in full mutation faced by many young people around us, we are committed to support, assist, encourage, advise, guide, by all means we consider necessary so that they face the obstacles they must overcome to successfully create, initiate, innovate, achieve as they see fit.
- We create a wide movement that we call Senior-ActBecause we are a great power, a social force of millions of senior, experienced, intellectually and physically very active, with resources from our journey, successes, failures, trained-oiled, hardened, confident.
- We each individually, the force available to young people, in all simplicity, because we believe in their ability and willingness to always constantly make the easy world to live and help them undertake the challenges they face.
- Senior-Act is an informal movement, manifested in concrete and daily behavior.
- Being a member of Senior-Act is expressed by a gesture, a smile, a drink offered in a bar, a conversation at a street corner, a hand engaging in dialogue and inciting inter-generational solidarity action:
"I am Senior-Act. Your future interests me !" " May I help You ?"