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Thinking about future is a universal norm but planning for it is not
since the latter is affected by many factors ranging from individual to
universal affairs. This include the individual believes, education, social
status etc .. And all this influenced by this individual local and
international affaires. However the possible the way out of this unlimited
and unpredictable dilemma is to concentrate on the present i.e. to utilise
a day to its optimum (every seconds) thus by fulfilling this role which is
in our capability then we could have a bright future with no doubt.