Times change and we with time

times change, and we with time

proverb People change over time as the norms, standards, or expectations of society change. The people in this neighborhood used to be a tight-knit community of friends. Times change, and we with time, though, and by now everyone has either moved away or drifted apart. A: "I never expected to see you working for one of the biggest multinational corporations in the world! You were always so opposed to capitalism when we were in college." B: "Yeah, I know. But times change, and we with time."
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Times change and we with time.

Prov. As time passes, people and situations change. Jill: Linda was such a conservative when we were in school; I don't understand how she can be so liberal now. Jane: Times change and we with time.
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