Let’s not put hope into predictions

Believe me when  I say

When the weatherman says

It’s going to be hot, and high

The rain comes down in torrents

And nothing is left dry

When someone predicts, “your child is going to be gifted

Will bring you laurels home”

All he does is get into arguments 

And a friend drags him home

The parting shot one hears

Have a nice day

Turns out to be a nightmare

Car breaks down on a highway

Note about predictions

Nothing is ever true

Raises hopes, and slams them down for you


Advantage of Foresight

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, it at all?

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