Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘big’

20140914

In aphorism on 20140914 at 23:55

The smaller one’s view (experience) of the world, the bigger it seems. Similarly, the greater one’s view (experience) of the world, the smaller it seems.

If necessity is the mother of invention, then sustainability is the father of existence.

20110223

In aphorism, proverb on 20110223 at 10:06

It is in the midst of darkness that light is born.

In the greatest darkness, the smallest light makes the biggest impact.

Darkness is no match for Light; it exists only by cowardice, hiding behind others who dare to face the light.

20090714

In aphorism, poetry, proverb, rumination on 20090714 at 16:49

Small boys fight.

Big boys kill.

Average men quarrel.

Real men listen.

20090430

In aphorism, proverb on 20090430 at 10:44

The clearest way to see within is to be without.

There is a time to shine, and a time to let others shine.

The setting of the sun has a silent way of bidding farewell.

And the small root shall overcome even the most stubborn of the big rocks.

A blossom blooms only while the beauty begets and will whither wherever the wind wills.

20090328

In aphorism, proverb on 20090328 at 15:33

Season a pot, not without heat or smoke high.

Project who you want to be, and that is who you are.

Even the big worm does not tempt a fish with purpose.

The traveler brings clarity home.

Travel allows one to know more clearly the meaning of home, by questioning it.

Why plant a seed, if only to let it thirst?

The truth stands where’er a fool lies.