Picture yourself in a boat on a river. You’re not particularly going anywhere and you have all day to get there. You lazily drift about among the lily pads and the jumping fish. But now you see the gathering clouds are getting darker and the wind is picking up now. You sense the growing anger of the waves and head for the nearest spot where you can drop anchor and ride it out in safety. One of the greatest gifts one can have is that of anticipating what may happen. Getting out of tight spots before they become tight is most useful. Don’t think it can’t happen to you because, yes, it can happen to you. Take care of the big while it is small.