Solomon Osadolo: Looking through time (Y! Superblogger)

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    • What a piece 4rm a curious gentleman!

      We tend to share interest in music, technology, general knowledge-seeking, philosophy & psychology sir.

      But there 're technical issues with this piece for men of letters like u. These 're less important in lieu of some existential realities of man that it presents.

      Also, this seems to have got you rather confused as expected with blends of human philosophy, psychology & culture of men away from God.

      Kindly expect a rejoinder or get curious with the Bible. It should help you link the dots in the right direction when done in the right spirit.

      This has personally saved me further embarrassments & assaults to the imaginations of my loved ones & friends.

      Had a one time president of American psychologist knew the condition of men as presented in the Bible; he would'nt have committed suicide when he couldn't handle the struggles of his own life& I would'nt have misbehaved also.

      Best regards dear.

  1. Ogbogu Kenny says:

    Yeah, nice piece on time like the present.
    In my own opinion though, contrary to what you wrote about there being no advantage or gain in knowing what’ll happen in the future, i think there is an advantage because there have been instances where persons were able to avert ominous scenarios by premonitions, prescience, or inspiration generally. And it paid off for them.
    I think the real question is, where are the sources from which these inspirations, premonitions and any other kind of preknowledge come from? And can we trust them?
    Because i believe there can be an advantage.
    That being written, nice write up, especially at the Achilles’speech part.

  2. Isaac says:

    What a piece 4rm a curious gentleman!

    We tend to share interest in music, technology, general knowledge-seeking, philosophy & psychology sir.

    But there ‘re technical issues with this piece for men of letters like u. These ‘re less important in lieu of some existential realities of man that it presents.

    Also, this seems to have got you rather confused as expected with blends of human philosophy, psychology & culture of men away from God.

    Kindly expect a rejoinder or get curious with the Bible. It should help you link the dots in the right direction when done in the right spirit.

    This has personally saved me further embarrassments & assaults to the imaginations of my loved ones & friends.

    Had a one time president of American psychologist knew the condition of men as presented in the Bible; he would’nt have committed suicide when he couldn’t handle the struggles of his own life& I would’nt have misbehaved also.

    Best regards dear.

  3. michael says:

    Great piece sol, in as much as we need to relish the moments in the present, it is of great importance that the future is put into consideration, in the sense that, having seen something you can call a future, equips you with the strength needed to take specific steps in the right direction; waning-off, of passion to follow through to getting to a future is totally based on personal choices; for example, a driver can only drive as fast as his vision of the road. Great researches that has lead to life changing outcomes is just one of the advantages of having a belief or hope for the future.

    Really, looking into the future has great benefits for example: Electricity was found on the basis of believing in the future; the belief that man could fly led to the building of air planes; Martin Luther died believing in a better future; and so many others.

    I totally agree with the fact you brought up here that we should enjoy the moments, but still knowing the future should not be disposed off easily or taken
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