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The victim, meanwhile, can go with the tide until it loses its momentum or swim sideways parallel to the beach before reaching that stage, while keeping his or her head above the water.
Drawing inspiration from their alma mater song, the outgoing President said the Ateneo teaches its students to be critical of their surroundings and honed them to not just go with the tide of public opinion.
The "Special One" emphasized that United should focus on themselves and not to go with the tide.
Now I know how to deal with a rip - you don't try to swim to the shore, you just let yourself go with the tide.
He continued: "A light inflatable like that would have a very high drift rate to a person in the water, it would go with the wind whereas a person would go with the tide.
Go with the tide rather than against it and you will always know which step to take.