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Do you think of crossing the bridge only when you come to it?

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Asked by tanuja, 02 Apr '13 09:19 pm
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Without facing the fact we can't present ourself as winner .........
Answered by pradeep mishra, 02 Apr '13 09:20 pm

 
  
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Not only that but also when I strongly feel It's the need of the hour and inevitable...!
Answered by Dil Se, 03 Apr '13 01:50 am

 
  
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Yes
Answered by Quest, 02 Apr '13 10:20 pm

 
  
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Haan... bina bridge ke cross kaheka karna...........?
Answered by Bhuvana, 02 Apr '13 09:57 pm

 
  
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Yes and that too if it is a shortcut
Answered by Annes, 02 Apr '13 09:55 pm

 
  
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Yes

This familiar expression implies that any decision to cross a bridge (or not) will best be made at the time we arrive at the bridge and (unless we are being difficult and impractical by trying to risk wading or swimming across the river) the 'crossing over' part of the equation is not negotiable.

That this commonly held truism holds up for most events we are thinking about in our journey through life, seems not to be in question.

While all this is obvious, the obvious is not always the only answer.

What about those who are traveling along the river? They are coming to a bridge too. But they will not be thinking or speaking sanely if they refer to the bridge as something they will have to 'cross' when they come to it.

They will have to go under it when they come to it, or the boat will crash. Thus the expression is not universally applicable.
Source: partly google search
Answered by anil garg, 02 Apr '13 09:49 pm

 
  
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No :-) world is owned by men who have crossed the bridge in their imagination.....far ahead of the crowd.
Answered by Rahim Bahrain, 02 Apr '13 09:24 pm

 
  
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Plan ahead n save the trouble
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 02 Apr '13 09:23 pm

 
  
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Ys
Answered by Samar, 02 Apr '13 09:22 pm

 
  
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If u don't come to a bridge.....how could one actually cross it!!!
Answered by harshal kalangutkar, 02 Apr '13 09:20 pm

 
  
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