posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:05 PM
reply to post by pasiphae
Just because you imagine a scenario, and come to a few possibilities, that allow you to come up with some sort of prophecy or prediction, doesn't
mean that you have to be anything more than Agnostic toward it.
I meet people who, like me, like to banter about where the world might go, both in the short and long term.
Often this involves throwing out suggestions and wild proposals about why this or when that might or might not happen.
Ive come up with predictions myself, I sometimes hope they come true, but most often I hope to be terribly wrong, as I have a somewhat pessimistic
and morbid point of view ( I call it a sense of realism, haha )
So to conclude even though I've made predictions, I'm always Agnostic about them myself, because you can never be sure until something happens.
For this reason an Agnostic outlook is perfect, as you remain prepared, but are never surprised when it doesn't happen.
edit on 5-1-2012 by
Lagrimas because: grammar