“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” Søren Kierkegaard
My kids are the future but they always yell at me when I point a camera in their direction. Recently, I was going through a box of old photos and I found a few slides from my misspent yuth. This, happily, coincides with Jen H’s weekly photo challenge to show me the future.
Here’s what the future looked like to me 44 years ago.
I was about to embark on my adult-life journey starting with college in New Orleans.
And remember what a smart man had to say about the future…
“I never think of the future – it comes soon enough.” Albert Einstein
Thanks to goodreads for the quotes.
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I thought Einstein would have said that the future is relative to who’s saying. We see the future in an image, but our kids and grandkids see it as the past.
Kids… grandkids… It’s all relative(s)…! 😉