for everything there is a season

For everything there is a season is a figure of speech which is referring to there being an appropriate time and place for everything. This idiom is referring to the fact that you should be wary about when and where you say or do certain things and should choose this time wisely. It is not always appropriate to say what you want to say, and you should pick your time and place wisely; in this phrase, they are speaking of the right season as a time period.