The Future is Unknown

And that’s for sure. The best we can do is try some level of prediction, besides acting in deciding our own path.

“We simply do not know what the future holds.”

— Peter L. Bernstein

In life we have to play hard and give our best all the time. It sounds a little cliche, but let me to continue, besides trying hard we must be ready to adapt ourselves to the new. And what is the “new”?

The “new” is what life is becoming every time, every moment, everywhere. The uncontrolable path trough which life evolve, totally out of one’s control, can be named the “new”.
In fact, it can have many names. Who cares?

“We cannot predict the future, but we can create it…

None of us can predict with certainty the twists and turns our lives will take. Life is uncertain, the future unknown. This is neither good nor bad. It just is, like gravity. Yet the task remain: how to master our own fate, even so.”

Great by choice, Jim Collins and Morten Hansen

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