By repairing a small tear now we avoid the necessity of repairing a large tear later on. In the same way, prompt action at an early stage may... Read more →
Proverbs with the word Time
To procrastinate is to delay, to put off doing something. Procrastinating – deferring things from day to day – wastes a lot of time and... Read more →
Each succeeding generation has its own way of life and standard of behaviour.
Enjoy life while you can, for you will not live for ever. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may.
This refers to the seventh stanza of Longfellow's A Psalm of Life: Lives of great men all reminded us We can make our lives sublime, And,... Read more →
This proverb is quotation from Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. Caesar says: Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never tastes... Read more →
People who do a lot are the people who have most energy. However busy they are, they can usually manage to do something more.