The best way to prepare for the future

A lot of people are trying to figure out what the future will look like, so they can be ready for it.

That’s understandable.

Given the circumstances we’ve been living with, it’s natural to want to gain some sense of control over our lives.

If we can’t control what’s going on today, trying to control tomorrow by foreseeing it can look like the next best option.

Trouble is, no one knows what the future will bring. Experts can offer their best guess, but that’s all it is. A guess.

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I’ve always loved this quote from William Goldman, the screenwriter of “The Princess Bride” and “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” among many other hit films:

“No one knows anything.”

Goldman was talking about the entertainment industry, but I think it’s true in every walk of life – especially when it comes to foretelling the future.

So, it’s okay to disregard the doom-and-gloom brigade. They have no idea what’s coming. Neither does anyone else.

We can’t foresee the future because it hasn’t happened yet. And its creation involves many moving parts. Most of those parts remain hidden from our view.

So, what can you do if you’re worried about the future?

Bring your best self to each day. That is the best that anyone, anywhere, can do.

Remember this: you’re much more likely to create a bright future if you focus on what you want, instead of what you fear.

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Healings for your future

Would you like to know how and why to bring your best self to each day?

Would you like to connect with everything you need to make the best of whatever comes?

Would you like to move forward with confidence and joy?

If you would like these healings, say “Yes” out loud now and image golden light filling your entire body.

Great! Thank you!

What would you like to see in your future? Please share your thoughts in the comment box below. Many thanks!

 

 

 

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