You’ve been granted the power to predict the future! The catch__ each time you use your power, it costs you one day(as in you’ll live one day less). How would you use this power, if at all?
If I use this unbelievable power that I’m granted to predict the future, I will live one day less is the catch.
My question whose future am I supposed to predict. If it is the world, there is not much to predict, everything is pretty obvious, the Americans will elect a new president. Canadians are getting ready to perhaps elect a new prime minister, probably not from the same party.
India and Pakistan are not sure who deserves to have Kashmir added to their country. This controversy will continue for a very long time.
Bangladesh is not sure how long their PM will last.
The stock market will go up and down for ever.
The prices of food will continue to rise.
Global warming will continue to mess up our weather.These are not predictions these are some hardcore facts. I’ve only written what is true, so I shall not lose any day of my life,I hope. 🙂
You’ve been granted the power to predict the future! The catch—each time you use your power, it costs you one day( as in you’ll live one day less).How would you use this power, if at all?
The catch takes away the fun of predicting the future. The fun of predicting is taken away by saying, I’ll lose a day of my life every time I use the power.
For the sake of argument I’m writing what if I have only thirty days to live and because I have the power to predict the future, there’ll be friends and family interested to know, given the fact each prediction costs me a day’s life, I’d lose my life in a very short time.
I am sorry but I will not use my power it’s too risky.
Back on January 21st we asked you to predict what day #211 would be like.Well July 30th is that day — how have your predictions held up so far? If you didn’t reply to the prompt at the time, is this year turning out to be as you’d expected?
I wasn’t certain whether I was required to reply about that particular day or the days and months leading up to day #211. Today is day# 211, nothing has changed, except it’s a hotter day than I had imagined on the 21st January. In St. John’s all the years that I have spent here, it was not this hot, we had hot days but they were very short, and we were back to rain, drizzle and fog as usual. This year it is entirely different, the days are much hotter. I was afraid on June 28th when the fasting month started I’d be unable to fast when it was so hot and eighteen hours of fasting, did not seem I could accomplish. I surprised myself, I carried on my fasting all thirty days, I feel so happy.
I am hoping to pray, it will be by myself, I had some caring friends but they left the city and moved on. This year is not quite what I predicted, some of it is true, others are not!