In grammar, a future tense is a verb form that marks the event described by the verb as not having happened yet, but expected to happen in the future.
This week photo challenge is about “future tense“, which will be expected for some visions of the future, daydreams, and wishes frozen in time.
And it is still phoneography month, and yes, phoneography means took a photo with your phone ^_^ so the pictures below are taken from my camera phone.
Below is the photo of incoming train, nearby my home. This train has not arrived yet, but it is expected to arrived in the future, which is in a few minutes after I took this picture.
No one can see the future, nobody can guess what the future is. The train above is expected to be arrive in a few minutes after the shoot. But nobody can be really sure whether the train will be stop, or just passing by, or explode!
Since nobody knows exactly what will happen about their future, so we put our hope and expectation to wishes, dreams, and prayers for our future. Below is a picture of one of the streets in Yangon – Myanmar. I took a short walk nearby of our hotel.
At that time I walk, I walk, I walk on the street. Without knowing what will happen at the end of the road. It was a different country and different language they use. Curious killed the scary part, and my feet just walk on. My expectation is at the end of the road I will find something interesting to write about ^_^
The future is the indefinite time period after the present. Its arrival is considered inevitable due to the existence of time and the laws of physics.
And as I write this post, I remember a quote : “The past can not be changed, and the future is unsure. But we can learn from the past and change a better future.”
So, how about you? How about your future?
Do you think you know what will happen? Did you ever pray for your future? Tell me :)