For me, this is when we truly have achieved vision. We can see that we do have a better life now than we have in years past. And that really is a big deal.
I think we have seen this before. We’ve looked at these visions in the past and seen them as a fleeting moment of great happiness. But this is a vision that lasts a lifetime, and while many of us will never see it, I think it’s good to know that we have a better life now than we have in years past.
What we’re looking at here is a vision of the future that will be taken down by the time it arrives. Or at least the “right” time.We’re not talking about a certain time. But a time between the events in the future, or, in other words, between the time we are planning to go to the movies or to school or whatever it is that we’re going to do on this day. It’s not about what will happen, but about what we will do.
This is a good one. It’s like the old saying ‘you can’t plan for the past, you can only plan for the future.’ Yes, we can, but we can’t. We can’t plan for the past because what we’d really be doing is thinking about the future. We can’t plan for the future because the future is not something that can be predicted. If we really knew what was coming, we wouldn’t be doing what we are doing.
The future is what we plan for in this life. The past is what we can only control. If we want to win, we have to take responsibility for our actions. That means we have to be willing to accept the consequences of our actions in the present. For instance, if you get caught smoking weed, you are going to go to jail for a while. If you end up getting caught with a loaded gun, you are going to jail for a while.
In a society that has the power to arrest and imprison people for minor infractions, it is easy to forget that our actions have consequences. The consequences of being caught smoking weed are serious and may result in years in jail. The consequences of a loaded gun are far worse, as a gun has to be concealed and not be seen. Not being able to smoke weed isn’t a minor infraction, it’s a crime.
This is a very interesting question, but I didn’t want to spend too much time here with the discussion of how you can be held accountable for the small amount of actions you take.
So, yeah. No matter how little control you think you have, how much you believe you can control, and how often you act, your actions do have consequences. The consequences of our actions can be very severe. This might seem like an abstract concept, but it really is the case, and we as humans are constantly making decisions based on what we believe we can control, and what we think we can change.
In our last episode of the Gameplay Show, the Gameplay Manager and his “friends” were chatting about the “What is your favourite colour?” and how this was his idea. He took a picture of the picture he had taken of the colour and asked: “What colour?” He got a “blue” in response, but he didn’t exactly look at the picture again.
This is the way we tend to think. We think about what color our clothes are, what our hair is, etc… We think about what we do and how we feel about it and how it impacts us. In other words, what we’ve decided to believe about ourselves. So we can’t really change what we believe about ourselves.