Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘credit’

20101130

In aphorism, proverb on 20101130 at 08:01

A fool mocks from a safe distance.

Hold onto blessings dearly; misgivings more loosely.

If memories are a cache of the past, ideas are credits of the future.

Genuineness is flawed, by nature; only falsity reaches perfection, by man.

Worry is for warts.

The dog that tucks its tail scares none with its bark.

One’s view of the world depends on whether one’s head is held high or bowed low.

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20100113

In aphorism, proverb on 20100113 at 01:12

The most fearsome power is that which aims to pacify.

A fool commits a deed in the name of another, and credits his own name with the deeds of another.

A fool’s answers outnumber his questions.

Whether or not we will, depends on whether or not we will it.

The fool will the mind to erase the past; the wise will the mind to change the future.

A stereotype believed is a prejudice born.

20081122

In aphorism, proverb on 20081122 at 16:21

A feast finds friends, but a famine finds foes.

The fearful act in a panic and credit prudence.

Mastery, not before understanding.