The Game Of Chance
And Change. . .
Is it not foreseeable? The possibilities may be beyond iffy but I don’t think I have discussed predictability in a pondering post. At least I don’t recall - at least in any depth. Then again, predictability is a big subject. . .
Skimming the surface of topics is often a fair-weather fantasy for some. I can include myself in that group at times. And weather by itself is certainly one where forecasting the future can fit nicely into the predicting pot.
Actually, so many things can fit into that pot. And then I think of melting pots and the impact they can have
on our daily lives. Thoughts of multiculturalism, mixtures and melanges of many kinds. And then I return to pure predicting. Simply for the sake of predicting.
Because that is where my pondering path began. At least today. And par for the course, I found a quote that includes predictability as part of its theme. Of course, I did:
For those trying to protect the past, it is a way of retaining power, status, money, a way of life, predictability, comfort, control, and a bunch of other things like that. It’s a struggle against the inevitability of change.
Posted: July 7, 2021