if the mountain will not come to Mohammed(redirected from wont)
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if the mountain will not come to Mohammed
You must change your actions accordingly if things do not proceed as you would like them to. You'll have to go woo investors if they won't come to you. If the mountain will not come to Mohammad, Mohammed must go to the mountain.
if Mohammed will not go to the mountainor
the mountain must go to Mohammed
People use expressions such as if Mohammed will not go to the mountain or the mountain must go to Mohammed to say that if someone that you want to see does not come to you, you have to go to them. People, for whatever reason, are reluctant to leave their houses to vote, so if Mohammed won't go to the mountain, we have to go to them. Fifteen minutes later, Chotas walked into the office of the Prosecuting Attorney. `Well,' Demonides said. `Mohammed comes to the mountain. What can I do for you?' Note: The full expression is `if Mohammed will not go to the mountain, the mountain must go to Mohammed'. Note: These expressions are based on a story about the prophet Mohammed, who was asked to show his power by making Mount Safa come to him.