Thank you for the approval of my forum, firstly. Secondly, despite the fact that my english structure is convoluted frequently by a pretentious and eloquent vocabulary and recondite ideas which are expanded in an equivocal manner, the thematic topic should still protrude with reasonable clarity. Sorry, however I must confess that I do not wholly concur with your statement, 'Becoming the very best that you can be is done in the present' because I believe that you do not achieve yourself until the next day. If we could achieve all of our numerous aspirations in the present, the next day and the future would be rendered completely obsolete. Once again, I only slightly disagree in fine with your statement. The future is quite important, yet when is it prudent to worry ostensibly about the future, when there is so much to be in the present time. Perhaps, of course, that is what you were trying to convey. The future is a prospect which can convolute the spectrum of our minds, and cause us to forget the pertinent elements of today. But, in addition, the future is the result of today, so we might simply need to exude the most esteemed effort possible today with the conscious knowledge that the future will result indirectly, if not directly. Next time you reply, explain what you think about the "butterfly effect" in relation to the terms of present and future we are discussing today.