May the best of your past be the worst of your future?
it means that the future will be much better than the past and the past will just seem very dull when compared..in short, its a fancy way of saying good luck.
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it means that your life usually trons out to be worse in the past and in the future is almost always better then the past No, actually it means that the best predictor (a pro…phet is someone who predicts) of the future is the past. This means that if you want to know what is going to happen, look at what has already happened. Or in yet other words, history repeats itself.
"Might" is the simple past tense of "may". Example: I told you that you might go yesterday, but you may not go today."
There have been many horrible people in the past: Hitler and PolPot are two who had a lot of people killed for basically no reason.
yes because if you get the past then you will understand the future
Behavior is indicative of the mind's processes and actions. To say"the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior" does notconsider that people evolve and hopefully le…arn from theirmistakes. While It is true that the vast majority of people arehamsters on their treadmill of life, many people are able to makegreat changes.
In most cases, that is true.
The world will end !! nobody actually knows if it will happen because in the bible it said that no man will know when jesis will return
"WILL" is not a regular verb, it is a MODAL VERB (like CAN, SHOULD, MAY, WOULD), which means it functions a little differently and doesn't always have a "past" and "future" t…ense. WILL, as a modal verb, actually indicates future tense . I will go to the store tomorrow. She will call me when she's finished. They will break up if they continue like this. Etc. So there's no future or past tense of WILL as a modal verb. It is always used to indicate future. However, once in a while you'll find "will" used as a non-modal verb.... just like a regular verb. It has nothing to do with future tense, and you'll probably find it in fancy or old English. It means to want someone to do something, or to decree or ordain something. "I will you to love me!" "The king willed his subjects to (do something)" "This action was willed and ordained". So when WILL is used as this kind of verb, then its past tense is "willed", and I have never heard it used in the future but I guess it would be "I will will you to buy me a car" :) But rarely is WILL used except as a modal verb (see above), where it has NO PAST or FUTURE (since it means "FUTURE"!!) Hope this helps :)
everything that happened gives a affect on the present and future
In Famous Quotations
It is a wish that your life will continue to become happier as time passes.
In Grammatical Tenses
'Worst' is primarily an adjective and so doesn't have a future tense.
In Hurricanes Typhoons and Cyclones
In Hadiths, Sharia, and Fiqh (Islamic Law)
What is the best possible outcome or future consequence for having the Sharia law What is the worst possible outcome or future consequence?
That depends on if you are a Muslim, if you are male, and if you are a very strict believer. Best for one person might be the worst for someone else. Someone who believes that… there should be a Jihad to kill all infidels would be in favor of Sharia law. If you are no Muslim you probably would think that wouldn't be good.