does history really repeat itself?

Philippines
October 22, 2006 10:48pm CST
i think it does, so if i want a good future for my children, i'd better make my history look good. what do you think?
6 responses
@BuffMom (2215)
• United States
25 Oct 06
I think it is very likely that it will. as for chldren if you do not want it to repeat id say just try to be a good person to them raise them good while their still kids, teach them from right and wrong and show them how important education is.
• United States
25 Oct 06
Yes, I think it does, and like the phoenix we never learn from our mistakes.
• Philippines
25 Oct 06
i guess the important thing is we teach our children the right values by living them ourselves. thanks for your reply. your opinions meant a lot.
@erielle (1281)
• United States
25 Oct 06
For the most part, yes it does. It has so far, anyway. :)
• Philippines
25 Oct 06
yeah, i think so, too. thanks for replying.
@moneymind (10524)
• Philippines
25 Oct 06
i do not think so, on the context of you doing your history good does not mean that your kids will repeat or do what you have done since it will be a very different situation when they reach thier time. greetings. : )
• Philippines
25 Oct 06
your opinion meant a lot. thanks.
@daxdax (140)
• Finland
25 Oct 06
It isn't your history what affects your children's future, it's your current actions. You can affect very powerfully how your childrens grow up, but your past won't affect it, and you should focus on present.
@xxxtreme (321)
• Philippines
25 Oct 06
yes it does!
@innechen (1322)
• Indonesia
25 Oct 06
I think not all, some maybe because if all repeats that there's nothing new in human life