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But man postpones or remembers; he does not live in the present, but with reverted eye laments the past, or, heedless of the riches that surround him, stands on tiptoe to foresee the future.
If you cannot foresee the future and fail to devise a plan for the future, you are going to walk in darkness, and walking in darkness bodes for bad consequences," Vahaji said, in direct comments addressing the Australian statesmen.
Therefore, from this report, the reader will be able to foresee the future risks and opportunities of this market.
Coun Skinner said: "If I could foresee the future I would be down at the bookies but I certainly hope this will work.
He also told the Ambassador that Planning Commission was being transformed into a think tank to foresee the future growing population development and solutions.
A stronger organisational risk culture and greater support from the management are perceived to be the major areas of improvement for better risk management," the survey said The survey further noted that while the urge to foresee the future and beat the market is high, experience has shown that companies relying on market expert views " were left with red on their financial statements.
The 71-year old Scot, who will have a hip operation, insisted that his plans are unaffected, although he added that it is difficult to foresee the future in football as the game has a habit of tripping a person, the BBC reports.
We have been fortunate to have such visionary leaders as Late Shaikh Rashid who could foresee the future and Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, who has furthered the pace of progress," said Captain Hassan Al Suwaidi, Harbour Master of Port Rashid and Director of Marine at DP World.
Fichtner relishes the choicest lines of dialogue as a collector of human souls, who can foresee the future for the mortals who cross his path.
I can foresee the future picture of the Norfolk seaside place when the tourists flood to view the historic set.
The figure reflects the trend that more companies are trying to cut job offers when they cannot foresee the future course amid economic stagnation,'' a ministry official said.
Having an open mind and not pretending to foresee the future when it's so uncertain is important.