Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘blind’

20150718

In aphorism, proverb on 20150718 at 17:41

Only the blind do not see. 

How different is one who sees, but still is blind, from one who is dead, but still lives?

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20120509

In aphorism, proverb, question on 20120509 at 23:58

A fish out of water is the first to evolve.

I’d rather that you are loyal to the truth, than to me. For I will change, and you may not change with me. But if I am loyal to the truth, and also are you loyal, then always will I find your loyalty near.

A half truth is a whole falsity.

There is a war between the ego and the superego that started before time itself.

If you cannot do it right, is doing it wrong better than delaying doing it or simply not doing it?

Only in the midst of hardship, does our true character.

The fool fail to see the light -lo, they are blind even to the darkness that envelops them.

Light is born in the darkness, though it is not of the darkness.

One minute, the fool in darkness; the next minute, the wise enlightened.

The fool are not below wisdom, the wise are not above foolery.

20120426

In aphorism, poetry, proverb on 20120426 at 13:17

A friend is not one who shoulders your burden, but rather accompanies you on your journey.

The fool trust no one. The wise trust everyone.

Prison orange looks good on anyone.

《grounded by flight》
When all the birds have been leashed
like an inverted mobile in our hands,
will we pause to see our blindness
that it is ours, whose hands are tied.

20110211

In aphorism, proverb on 20110211 at 14:10

Without accountability, responsibility is but illusional.

The dead bull cannot shit.

Truth in blasphemy, blindness in devotion.

What is done without awareness is done with ignorance.

20110126

In aphorism, proverb on 20110126 at 14:39

A map shows the way, but tells not where to go.

With an eye blind to the present, a fool robs the future to glorify the past.

20100510

In aphorism, proverb on 20100510 at 11:38

Be as the flower: asking [for] little, giving much.

With sight do we see, with blindness do we speculate.

20100104

In aphorism, proverb on 20100104 at 15:05

No amount of willed blindness to an evil will help to erase its existence; in fact, likely the opposite is true.

20090919

In aphorism, proverb on 20090919 at 15:18

Distance takes us away and brings us perspective.

Until we run out of judgment for ourselves, there will be judgment for others to spare.

Hope is fear, an interchange only of panic for apathy.

Beyond any fool, is the wiser.

May we be blinded by the truth,  never blind to the truth.

20090916

In aphorism, proverb on 20090916 at 10:45

It is not only a fool that is blind to the truth; it may be a wise man fool who is blind to the truth.

Any fool will fall head over heels, and even the strong will be stood up.

Question your beliefs and believe in your questions.

20090916

In aphorism, proverb on 20090916 at 06:17

The rule that is broken is the rule that did not bend.

Who follows blindly, follows a fool.

Where emotion reigns, reason cannot rule.

A nag tires of all but complaining.

A nag tires all by tiring of all.

A pigeon pecks where a pigeon stands.

A pigeon doesn’t rock and roll with a fox.

A fool forgiven is still a fool.

A fool forgiven is at least forgiven, but at most a fool.

It is easier to believe than to question.

Who takes the law into his own hands must shoulder the consequence.