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"Learn from the past, set vivid, detailed goals for the future, and live in the only moment of time over which you have any control: now." Denis Waitley
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Ray Bradbury

"I don't try to describe the future. I try to prevent it." Ray Bradbury
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Marilyn Ferguson

"Your past is not your potential. In any hour you can choose to liberate the future." Marilyn Ferguson
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William Gibson

"I don't have to write about the future. For most people, the present is enough like the future to be pretty scary." William Gibson
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"Losers live in the past. Winners learn from the past and enjoy working in the present toward the future." Denis Waitley
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Eric Hoffer

"The only way to predict the future is to have power to shape the future." Eric Hoffer
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"Religion often partakes of the myth of progress that shields us from the terrors of an uncertain future." Frank Herbert
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William Gibson

"The future has already arrived. It's just not evenly distributed yet." William Gibson
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William Gibson

"The future is here. It's just not widely distributed yet." William Gibson
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"It's easy to imagine ways the future can be ugly and depressing. It's harder, but more worthwhile, to imagine plausible ways we can make it better." Stanley Schmidt
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Roald Dahl
Birth: 1916-09-13 Death: 1990-11-23

"In England once there lived a big And wonderfully clever pig. To everybody it was plain That Piggy had a massive brain. He worked out sums inside his head, There was no book he hadn't read. He knew what made an airplane fly, He knew how engines worked and why. He knew all this, but in the end One question drove him round the bend: He simply couldn't puzzle out What LIFE was really all about. What was the reason for his birth? Why was he placed upon this earth? His giant brain went round and round. Alas, no answer could be found. Till suddenly one wondrous night. All in a flash he saw the light. He jumped up like a ballet dancer And yelled, "By gum, I've got the answer!" "They want my bacon slice by slice "To sell at a tremendous price! "They want my tender juicy chops "To put in all the butcher's shops! "They want my pork to make a roast "And that's the part'll cost the most! "They want my sausages in strings! "They even want my chitterlings! "The butcher's shop! The carving knife! "That is the reason for my life!" Such thoughts as these are not designed To give a pig great piece of mind. Next morning, in comes Farmer Bland, A pail of pigswill in his hand, And piggy with a mighty roar, Bashes the farmer to the floor... Now comes the rather grizzly bit So let's not make too much of it, Except that you must understand That Piggy did eat Farmer Bland, He ate him up from head to toe, Chewing the pieces nice and slow. It took an hour to reach the feet, Because there was so much to eat, And when he finished, Pig, of course, Felt absolutely no remorse. Slowly he scratched his brainy head And with a little smile he said, "I had a fairly powerful hunch "That he might have me for his lunch. "And so, because I feared the worst, "I thought I'd better eat him first.""

Born in Wales, Roald Dahl is the author of some of the world's most beloved children's stories. After working in Africa for Shell Oil and serving in the Royal Air Force as a pilot in World War II, Dahl's accounts of his war adventures were published in Saturday Evening Post. His career as a writer officially underway, Dahl turned to children's stories that are now familiar classics, including "James and the Giant Peach", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "Matilda". Dahl passed away in 1990, but left behind a legacy of beloved children's classics that are now being shared with new…



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