The problems of foresight

Many people dream of eternal life, of being famous, of being a celebrity, and that’s how they see the future. If you were to ask a celebrity if being a celebrity is good, what do you think they would say? If you offered them a magic wand to get back their life before, how many of them would say yes? They could walk down the street again without anyone pointing at them, ten people lining up for their autographs and no security. They’d have their freedom back, they’d be out of their contracted lives.

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you had eternal life? If you did, how would that change your life? What would motivate you? What would replace the fear of death?

There are people who can see the future. This is not difficult to explain today, their consciousness has reached the holographic level where they have access to heightened abilities. There are simple things that can destroy the world, just like factional discipline that can destroy democracy. In our case, money can buy everything. If all you have is money to do something, it also means you have access to things you are not prepared for. But what should you be prepared for in terms of foresight?

I’m sure the first period is fantastic! Think of the power of that. You can see everything ahead. I have two questions, though:

  1. Would you go to the cinema if you knew what all the films were about and knew the ending?
  2. What do you think is the biggest danger you face?

The answer is scrolled below.

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Boredom.

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