History Is Timeless: A Ten Commandment’s Tale

clients ask me what will be the outcomes of their litigation. with that query, i take out my crystal ball and tell them them of their future. my crystal ball, however, is not an object. rather, it is a mental assessment of the past, the present and an understanding of the individual as well as 30 years of litigation experience.

being nostradamus, is not easy. the phrase “those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it” does not really capture true fortune telling. rather than “learn” history, a more appropriate word would be “understand” history. understanding history is not merely about the past. history is a timeless continuum consisting of a past, the present and the future. one must understand the past, present and future to have an accurate perspective at any moment in time. actions done today are done with future goals. actions done today are not spontaneous events. rather, they are the product of the past.

on a professional level, embracing all of these elements allow me to accurately to explain the total history of their litigation. i walk them through the past, the present and the future.

this understanding comes from the torah. the bible offers a great practice tool to build one’s ability assess history. the progression from a husband and wife to a family, and then to a nation brings insight as to how to address current events. bible stories are often analyzed by what happened both prior to and after certain events. thus, past, present and future play a role in understanding history.

in sum, i see great things happening for all those who read and appreciated this post! no lottery numbers, however, will be provided.

be well!!

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I am a practicing lawyer and long term admirer of the bible

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