The human mind is an amazing thing. It does various things that most other creatures on this planet cannot even imagine. It can do things that even we, the holders of this natural miracle, cannot think of, or even explain. Perhaps in tomorrow’s world we will be able to do some of those things. With the ever-updating technology and research that today’s scientists, researchers, and geniuses will have left behind, there is an inkling of hope that the next array of Einsteins, Jobs’, and Da Vincis will be able to make, announce, invent, or discover even more eye-opening facts or works of art. If you think about it, being able to time travel, live longer, reach out to the air and have the remote control lying across the room fly to your fingertips, or teleport might not be things from Harry Potter novels. It might just be an everyday routine for most of the population. Exactly how watching T.V. and surfing the internet were only dreams less than a hundred years ago. Hopefully, ecological studies would have progressed as much as the other fields have; possibly, even be directly proportional.
The potential of our generation is much more than we might actually show, with some of us already shining on and even showing off our talents, while others wait for a while, perfecting their quiet wonders, for a time when the world is ready to see them.
So what I’m trying to say is that right now, we cannot really estimate the world of tomorrow. The future will always be associated with ifs, buts, and maybes. Things could go so smoothly it could be the next Golden Era in the history of this planet, or it could be the fateful period of the most destruction and cruelty that man has ever known.
Keeping in mind that we can achieve anything we set our minds to, we could change the lives of the future generation, maybe even the lives of today’s generation.

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