Totally concur. The tides and times of life is a precarious possess- it discriminates against no one. It moves continuously at a furious pace. It is a happenstance. Either we are proactive and go with the life flow or we remain stagnant and passive, watching life passing us by!
Yes, I agree. Most of the time, when we look back and often tell " I would have done like that". But time and tide waits for no man
Yes, definitely. Why wait? This is probably their aphorism. They are masters that need not wait for their servants.
Absoutely, there are some things you simply cannot change. You cannot will it away, you cannot buy more time - it is what it is. Time moves on and the tide as well.
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