I care about my children's well-being and their quality of life. I hope that life is good for them, and I will do all that I can to make sure that the world is a good place for them to live.
I care equally as much about the quality of life and well-being of my grandchildren. There is no reason for me to think any less about their well-being.
I expect that my grandchildren will have grandchildren – and that those grandchildren (my great-great-grandchildren) will also have grandchildren – none of whom I will ever meet.
But I care just as much about their quality of life and well-being as I do about my own children. I will do everything I can to make sure that they can lead good and productive lives. There is no reason that I should not care about them.
This is a hint of what it means to be a long-term thinker.
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