Foresight – See it to the end

“For ‘foresight’ (providentia) implies a certain sort of relation to something distant which things that occur in the present have to be ordered toward.” – ST II-II Q49 A6

Foresight is the core part of prudence that enables one to direct and govern their steps towards a worthy end goal. With proper foresight we are able to deal better with unpredictable encounters along the way and alter our behaviour and concentration in the present time so as to adapt our priorities and apply the necessary virtue towards a greater good…

Click on the image above for further reflections on the essential nature of foresight.

Love & light,


About Jason Youngman

An explorer of volition and soul, a song under a night's sky and a dream that forever yearns to be.
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