“You’ve Got To Build The House From The Ground, Up!”
Today’s “Tid-Bit” is an Idiomatic Aphorism which can also be classified as a Saying, and can be used as an Interjection (as in the heading above) – and is used to say that…
It also implies that one should start with the basic necessities and/or “first steps” before doing other things which (though they may be more interesting) can only be beneficial after the foundational elements are firmly in place. Because it is basically impossible (at least in this version of reality) to build a house from the roof, down.
(See Also: “Put The Horse In Front Of The Cart”)
Have An Excellent Day!