By Byron McNutt
WHAT IF YOU could see into the future and you could preview your life for the next five years? Would you really want to know what’s going to happen to you and your family in advance?
Before you say yes, ask yourself if it would depress you to know the bad things that were going to happen. Wouldn’t you feel cheated missing the delightful sur-prise of the good things that are bound to happen?
The thought of predicting the future fascinates many of us. We can make educated guesses, but the fact is, no one knows for sure what will happen in the future.
In a similar vain, American author Dorothy Fisher