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|Proverb Those who foretell the future lies, even if he tells the truth. - Proverb, |
Arabian When men speak of the future, the Gods laugh. - Proverb, Chinese
Upper classes are a nation's past, the middle class its future. - Rand, Ayn The
|Thinking in terms of decoupling means paying attention to driving forces for |
economic behaviour and how these might be changed. ... 12.2 Innovations in
scenario methodology In scenario building, we are not trying to predict the future,
but to describe visions of the future world within a specific framework and under
... An old Arab proverb says that 'he who predicts the future lies even if he tells the
|He who predicts the future lies, even if he tells the truth. —Proverbs Economists |
have shown noability to predict thedirection of the economy. Therearesimply
toomany variables, many knownandsome unknown, foranyone todoso with any
|These predictions were only occasionally correct, but using psychoidal powers to |
predict the future normally activates the trickster in them, and they lie as often as
they tell the truth. ... They were guides, as well, who would advise Dee on the
right course of action and reprimand him when he went astray. In their role as ...
We must beware of inflation and we must neither identify nor use the power of the
ally for our own designs, even if those designs include helping the world at large.
|Proverb, Arabian Do not tell a friend anything you would conceal from an enemy. |
- Proverb, Arabian Those who foretell the future lies, even if he tells the truth. -
Proverb, Arabian He who has health, has hope. And he who has hope, has ...
|The test of a science is whether it can foretell the future. ... If he knows him |
intimately, he can foresee his conduct in situations which he also knows. Can he
pretend that he knows him, or even can know him, so well as to foresee what he
will do in new situations ? ... to us from persons who might or might not have had
opportunities of knowing the truth ; who might or might not have chosen to tell it ...
The vital forces of humanity lie beyond the reach of philosophers, ancient or
|As an Arabic saying goes, “He, who predicts the future, lies, even if he is telling |
the truth.”1 I believe that I have made ... But why am I so opposed to predictions,
even though on the other hand I find them intriguing? The reason is that, at worst,
|And as David's spy? going up to a lofty place saw the man approaching better |
than one who stayed down below, and the forerunner himself announced, before
... Therefore if sometimes they speak the truth, let no one marvel at them for this.
|the belief that Christian truth was absolute, universal, and exclusive. To accept ... |
One younger Cherokee was blunter; he asked accusingly if Richardson ''was not
come to tell them lies. ... At the same time, of course, even if he could predict the
future, that skill would only put him on a par with other powerful conjurers.
|So, starting with two lies, Clinton then proceeds to spend a nonexistent surplus |
stretching 15 years into the future. Even if this year's surplus were real, there is no
way to predict that the surpluses will continue for 15 years into the future. ... (God
knows they've done a poor job of discouraging them from smoking dope). ... The
President says that he wants us to have world class standards so that students in
the United States can compete in a world economy with the students and citizens