Over the weekend, Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a commencement speech to Tulane University’s 2019 spring graduating class.
Cook congratulated the class for graduating from the college, as well as gave them a very inspiring speech.
A quote from the speech says this:
“This will be my first piece of advice; You might now appreciate until much later in your life how much this moment means to them (the students’ parents), or how that bond of obligation, love and duty between you matters more than anything else.”
Cook also went on to say:
“In a world where you obsessively document our own lives, we don’t pay attention to what we owe each other. It’s about recognizing human civilization began when we realized we could do more together. That the threats and danger outside the flickering firelight got smaller as we got bigger. That we could create more prosperity, beauty, and wisdom when we acted collectively.”
To watch this commencement speech, Tulane University did upload it to their YouTube account. For your convenience, you can watch the video below.