Everybody is talking about resiliency as we isolate ourselves to avoid the greatest plague of the last 100 years. We needed resiliency to bounce back from the Great Recession and from the attacks of 9-11, and we need it now to deal with the effects of globalization, automation and climate change. Resiliency grows when we adapt and survive different circumstances. Rigidity grows when we expect and prepare for only one circumstance, one expected or preferred future. Shouldn’t we build resiliency in our young people today by introducing them to the many plausible futures out there in order to build their confidence that they will be able to live and be successful in a wide range of futures?