Picturing A Period Without Pain
Small changes go a long way in the lapse of history; providing to make instrumental changes. Time and time again we have seen the suffering of the past come back to provide beneficiary repercussions rather than the expected haunting. The plague of the past is one that is eminently positive, as opposed to the nihilistic sentiment we usually associate with society.
Surprisingly, this premise arose in my mind as I considered the history of the United States; in my class, we had to thoroughly consider the perspective of history-in doing so, I saw the whole construct through a different perception.
When a minuscule change is made in the past, it can have beckoning effects on the future; this is the sentiment that quite a lot of us are unconsciously aware of. However, where this entire fare becomes far more interesting is through the innate ability for us to predict the changes long before they truly appear.