We are, these days, obsessed with the future. Perhaps because, unlike previous generations, we know too much about it. We know the sun will grow hotter and sterilise the Earth before, in five billion years, engulfing the planet; we know that we are threatening entire civilisations with global warming. On the bright side, we have ever more cool tech that, surely, will fix things.
Probably not. There are widespread fears that artificial intelligence research will lead to super-intelligent beings that will take over the planet and flick us aside.
The wisest response to this is that of the Aymara tribe in South America. Unlike us, they do not see the future as being ahead of them and the past behind; they see the opposite. Like