Truong L. To, Vietnam, Writing III
“Cross that bridge when you come to it,” is the most useful English expression for me. The idiom reminds me not to worry about a problem before it happens. Sometimes the problems come up very suddenly and you can’t prepare for them. At that time, we will be able to deal with them when we have to. For example, when I went to work, I had to deal with some issues that happened to the machine. To get the machine back to work, I needed to reset it before it caused a lot of damage to itself. This idiom caught my attention right after I saw it.
I really liked it, not only for its meaning, but also for the motivation it brings me to improve a little at a time.