There’s no time like the present

Do you know the English phrase “there’s no time like the present”? Can you guess the meaning?

Dave: I want to write a novel, but I’m busy, so maybe I will start writing it next year.

Kev: If you wait, you will never write it. There ‘s no time like the present

Does it mean

a) time is a gift

b) do something now

c) use your time wisely

d) our biggest gift is time

The answer is below! ↓

 

Answer:

b) do something now