Wheel and Way...!

@Mitraa (3188)
February 5, 2009 11:10pm CST
Just noticed a friend's statement, 'Where there is a wheel, there is a way!' This is in light of our traditional saying, 'Where there is a will, there is a way!' Please elaborate your thoughts on this.
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@oyenkai (4398)
• Philippines
11 Dec 09
That was a funny way of saying it! I can only imagine that your friend is thinking about going somewhere -- if there's a ride to that place, then there's no reason why he/she shouldn't go! That was totally funny!
@Kishore7 (29)
• India
3 Jun 09
I may say this, "More the way, more is the will and more the way, more is the wheel also. Wheel, will as well as way are the essential parts of our lives, otherwise, we might have remained in caves. Thanks and let's have good ways in life.
@teka44 (3425)
• Brazil
6 Feb 09
Hello my friend. Well, both walk together, the wheel and the will. If we have the wheel but don't have the will it doesn't work. If we have the will but don't have the wheel to help us it will be very hard to do something and we can fail after all. Having the wheel and not the will, the wheel alone doesn't roll. But if I need to choose one I will choose the will as more important because through the will and necessity men discovered the wheel. Have a nice day.
@arunmails (3013)
• India
6 Feb 09
Ya, "Where there is a wheel, there is a way" and "Where there is a will, there is a way". Both are correct. But, according to me, "Where there is a vision and mission, there is a way". Even a blind person can create an opportunity to live, only if he has that vision and mission.
• United States
6 Feb 09
i don't sit around looking for things to be critical of like some folks do. live & let live.