the right time to sit back and do a butt load of nothing, the right time to eat so that you don't fill yourself up before dinner, the right place to be having a certain conversation, the right time to propose, the right time to say something.
and a lot of people just don't get that.
every little thing you say is very critically crucial and anyone can twist the words that come out from your mouth, into something different, because ironically, it is coming out of theirs. this means that before saying something out loud, we have to be agonizingly prepared for the consequences, hence why some people tend to just never open their mouths, whether it be needed, or not at all. yeah i'm all for keeping your mouth close when it's none of your business. you don't have a right to just blurt out somebody's issues just to fill a conversation in. maybe the conversation shouldn't be taking place anyway if you've got nothing better to talk about besides other people's business.
but what happens if you need to talk about it? what if you no longer want to be burdened with this ''secret''? what if it starts to bother you?
what happens then?
do you keep your mouth shut or do you take a risk of brewing tomorrow's gossip pot?