The author posted a question in Family
Does time heal or just destroy? and got a better answer
Response from Антон Владимирович[+++++]
time simply goes away. and a person decides for himself to destroy, or to improve, to cripple or to heal.we have the freedom of choice how to spend the time of his life and nobody and nowhere expects from us any victims. everything is purely in the power of our decisions.and life and death are not in our area of control at all?
time simply goes away. and a person decides for himself to ruin or improve cripple or heal.we have the freedom to choose how to spend the time of his life and no one and nowhere expects from us any victims. everything is purely in the power of our decisions.and life and death are generally not within our control
heals and cripples
Destroys. Pain included.
Bravo! Destroys. I couldn't find the word.
Time sprinkles ashes. Beneath the ashes there's always a fire
I'd say it's devastating. The acute pain goes away, but the emptiness stays, but that's when you lose someone very close to you. But other than that, it's often therapeutic.
it's like turning you can be healed and you can be destroyed but at least on the physical level we don't get better, we grow old and decay
Time throws up new problems that require participation and distraction
Time gives you time to get used to it, but it doesn't cure.
Time - destroys, only trunks remain.
Nichego eto vremja ne lechit, Lizok Tak.pritupljaet, da i vse.
Heals and builds
As I wrote elsewhere, time has power over man, it rules it, I'll add a pinch of time, its friend, it embraces, it pushes us away like a foe, it lifts us off its knees or kicks us in the groin