Translation for the lazy:
"I have had many visions before, and all have come true. How likely is it for your visions to be true, or just all in your head, like someone else had said earlier in the day?"
I don't think there is a way of measuring how "likely" it is that your visions are true or not. If you have a vision, I think you should take it with a grain of salt, but I would say you should never completely ignore it. For example, I'm not sure what kind of visions you're having, but if you have premonitions of a bad situation that can be averted, I think it'd be wise to try and prevent it whether your vision turns out to be true or not.
Just my 2 cents.
Holy English fail
tha thing iz, ur mind may B biggr than U think
well, for some.
Wh-ow. I axtualy undrstd tht. Gud God, tht hrt my hed.
Az fer visions . I dnt knw.
Deja vu Yes
eazy to splain away.
gota go clean out hed.
many wurds cauzin hedake
Gnight gr8 Peeps.
Give it time, eventually you will learn which is a vision and which isn't.
The future is ever changing, remember that.
I respectfully disagree.
If, for instance, I'm going to have to choose between a vacation to Basqueland and Ireland in five years time, my decision is unchangeable.
It makes no difference which locale I choose to relax in, because that choice will have already been made by my future self.
Even before I know of this decision. Even before I was born. The events of my birth, my life leading up to this point, and the mood I'm in when I finally decide to go to Basqueland are predetermined.
I'm not saying folks have no control, I'm saying that choices that will be made, can't be changed.
I've yet to ever see proof of a premonition. That said I do believe the universe has order, a force that keeps things going. Though I compare it more to math than a humanistic deity.
I'm also a bit of a Futurist myself, Ray Kurzwiel is a hero of mine. Books like The Medium is the Massage forecast the future in a more eerily accurate way than any table table rapper or "vision" haver than I have ever seen.
That's your opinion.
In my eyes, if you have a vision of the future, you know when and where its going to happen, then you can change the events.
The future in my eyes is subjective and changes. You control your fate and you can change it just as easily as you can change your mind.
You cannot change the past, no, but you can change how you use it to shape your future.
"You cannot change the past, no, but you can change how you use it."
I see too many on here BSing about the burning times, when really we should be worried about the anti-science and anti-fact rhetoric going on in the GOP right now. Reminds me of The Dark Ages. Whether it be their denial of evolution or some silly BS about rape not causing pregnancy.
The church is invading our government and the system is becoming more corrupt with the years. Soon we will possibly have another war on our hands debating on how we run the country.
The church is actually losing it's influence. On the state level they may still have quite a bit of influence in some stats, like mine, but they're losing any pull in Washington.
Obama is making it so the Insurance Companies at Catholic Colleges have to pay for their teachers birth control.
Atheism is growing fastest in the younger demographics, and with the voter turnout in '08 and upcoming election, you're going to see a further weakening of religious pull, as the democrats move away from the topic completely. Granted the GOP may hang on for a while, but it will only serve to lose them votes.
Trust me, I've been following politics since 1996, when I was only 9.
The likelihood of my visions becoming reality are very good, for not only do I see the future, I control it.
I've been asked, "Ritalin my dear chap, if you've control over all these future events - why is there so much discord and suffering?"
If I reply at all my answer is, "Some men want to see the world burn, it's not my place to put out a good fire."