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If you could see your future in a movie, would you watch it?
What an interesting question. Yes, I would! Hopefully, in so doing to make the right decision with the rest of my life.
Yes, I have the ability to get intuitions by the grace of GOD.
I am watching my future now in a movie called hubpages and I am seeing the results of the greatest article on the earth go around the world through 100% Referring Sites that is called: " Daily Nuggets Moment AMBASSADOR BRANDON BUTLER " and now have ever total page views of 3049 and 453 monthly views with an average of 1016 for my 3 hubs in 12 months. This result is awesome and will continue to go up forevermore from this day of June 17, 2011 A.D. So I am seeing my future unfold before my very own eyes through my 3 hubs and answering questions on hubpages. This is awesome.
Yes I would definitely watch this futuristic movie, mostly to avoid making the mistakes that are deemed to cause me much pain.
Yes!!!! That way I can change what I saw that I didn't like. No one's future is written in stone, I don't believe in meant to be. I believe that we all are given choices and our next choice given depends on the last choice made.
Hello there CW,
This is a very good question! I had to really think on this one. My first thought was... "heck yea!" I would be able to get a glimpse into what choices I made that were wrong, so then I could correct it before I get to the future. It is a good lesson about the choices we make every day of our lives will affect our future as well as the present. We still have a path to take when we make a choice. Some choose correctly the first time, and it just leads into more right turns. Some folks make a wrong turn and when they are trying to figure out what happened, they unconsciously keep making wrong turns. Then the other side of me says no. I wouldn’t watch it. I think that to watch it, is to see something that is half true. When someone decides that they are going to take a moment to reverse course, it would not show the affects of reversing course and following the heart and ones instincts. I hope I explained this right.
I hope you ask more great questions!
Have a Blessed day! :-)
Although I would be a bit apprehensive, I probably would watch the movie to find out what I will do with the rest of my life and if I achieved my goals and stuck to my plans. Sometimes the future seems scary because I don't ever want to make the wrong decision, but I guess thats what life is all about - making choices and learning from mistakes.
Naaaaa! I'd sooner live it than watch it. I dislike reruns, but thanks for the thought.
Nope. I wouldn't want to know how my life on this planet would end it would defeat the whole purpose on living. It would be absolutely meaningful to live.
Just my thoughts!!
Wow! excellent question; I'm assuming then that my fate is sealed and whatever happens in the movie is set in concrete; thus no matter what I do after seeing my future, I can't change the ending...my answer no; I don't think I would want to know.
No. I could not live knowing the rest of my life, especially not the end.
sure why not...it's all illusion anyway (LOL) and therefore, if it is too much for the mind to comprehend it will seem like pure entertainment, or horror, and be dismissed.
Ambassador Butler has the right idea. LOL
Love Dave Matthews response as well. LOL
This is very interesting.I don't know man.It seems a little freaky to me.In the end i would,to make sure i don't make any further mistakes in life.
Yes of course i am curious to know about my future that what would be happen in my life?
If something seems to be wrong i'll try to change it:)
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