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Don’t Predict your Future, Just be Prepared for It

February 7, 2011

For a partial explanation of the meaning of the title of this post, see the post from 1/26.  Here’s another perspective on this:

“There are two things that are no cause for worry: that which can be fixed, and that which cannot be fixed. What can be fixed should be fixed — so what’s there to worry? What cannot be fixed cannot be fixed — so what’s there to worry?” – Chassidic master Rabbi Michel of Zelotchov

For a little lighter perspective:

“Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.” – Art Linkletter

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