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The past is but the beginning of a beginning and all that is and has been is but the twilight of the dawn H G Wells I believe that is a very true statement While taking a World History class I learned that following definition history is the study of the past that has a direct effect on the present as well as the future I find that this is probably the truest statement I have heard in recent times With this definition in mind I will write my interpretation of the statement by H G Wells History is the basis of the present For example when God created the earth is was the beginning of time The things and people that God created are the things that all life is based on in the present All life and events that occur in the present will be carried out in the future This is all based on the idea that history repeats itself whether we want it to or not Take World War I for instance This war was proclaimed as the war to end all wars Was this true No There will always be conflicts and disputes between groups of people and their governments This shows that the past when God created the earth was the basis of the present and the future The past is but the beginning of a beginning Anything that is and everything that will be is the basis of the future All the actions that we take and all the decisions that we make setup what will come in the future For instance Samuel Morris creates the telegraph Alexander Bell takes the idea of communication a step further by creating the telephone The telephone is a must have item anywhere in todays society No one knows what will be the next great invention that comes from the inspiration of the telephone and all that is and
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