Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘fall’

20161007

In aphorism on 20161007 at 23:55

The fool fear incompletion and so fail even commencement.

The fool cling for life to the noose.

A diamond’s beauty is but the quality of light reflected, is but the quality of its facets.

A fledgling must risk falling if it is ever to realize flight.

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20141126

In aphorism on 20141126 at 23:55

Only with great privilege may one cite fear as justification for oppression, as if one might fall victim to the victims.

Nothing unites like division.

20120513

In aphorism, proverb on 20120513 at 23:57

bystander:
noun; one who stands by [something], and thus condones [something], even supports [something].

A foolish argument is grounded in a foundation of desperation.

The fool praise the light, but live by the darkness.

The only way to fight evil is to not join it, not contribute to it.

The fool trust not those without intention to convert, confusing conversion for conviction.

The fool ask ‘How to conquer those who threaten us?’, not facing the reality of their contribution.

Who is without a weapon is feared only by the fool.

Defenseless, the fool become defensive.

Defense, by any other name, is offense.

Where some fool are critical, other fool are insecure.

Where two side against one, is strength only but numbers, is weakness only but elsewhere.

The fool seek not to hear, with a defense of listening.

The fool have ears, but do not hear; have eyes, but do not see; have hearts, but do not feel.

Resolution led by a moderator is not a resolution of two.

The fool don’t the best they can, the wise do the best they can’t.

Seize wisdom from the depths, net ignorance from the shallows.

The fool adjudge assumptions, the wise consider intentions.

Criticism that negates compliments exposes false compliments; criticism that complements compliments  reveals true compliments.

Forever to be trusted, are the fool and their fallacy.

Sooner an apology to be forgiven than the innocent to be spared.

The fool hear with ears that deceive.

Where fault lies, a defense is readied. Where understanding lies, an offense is unnecessary.

Do plumbers have pipe dreams?

Sooner a parent to side with the other than with truth.

Wisdom is not without extent.

Perspective and understanding are but two sides of a multi-dimensional reality.

Concern falls as criticism to fool ears.

The fool have a defense for every criticism, an offense for every defense, a criticism for every offense.

Who is fool enough to fight logic with illogic, falls victim to his own weapon.

What time does not heal, memory must forgive.

No one judges more or less than the next -some admit it, others deny it.

A poor defense is as good as no defense.

The fool fail to fathom the color beyond text, black and white.

20110928

In aphorism on 20110928 at 23:26

The fool tempt a rabbit with the worm and a fish with the carrot.

Let our tongues act as the filters that let only praise and positivity fall upon the ears of others.

Think on your blessings, and your tongue will know only praises.

The mind is mightier than a million missiles.

Know loneliness, not without first knowing friendship.

20110808

In aphorism, haiku, poetry, proverb on 20110808 at 21:00

The acorn that falls far from the tree, lands on barren soil.

《free》
Free as a bird, you
dare to clip my wings; watch me
soar ever higher.

《hollow》
What an impression
this depression has on me-
such substance, your hollow.

20110111

In haiku, poetry on 20110111 at 04:00

Water droplets shall fall / freely from the sky, and / even the stone clouds shall cry.

20101027

In aphorism, proverb on 20101027 at 20:30

When an acorn falls, it grows roots.

If you want to lead, remember to support.

20101011

In aphorism, poetry, proverb on 20101011 at 13:20

Tis less important that you care what others think than that you think to care for others.

《home sweet homing》
blue skies bluing,
white clouds whiting,
fall colors falling.

20100506

In aphorism, proverb on 20100506 at 11:34

An apple falls not far from the tree, but an apple pie tastes very different than a wooden chair.

20100425

In aphorism, proverb on 20100425 at 10:06

When the world’s walls fall and all borders are erased, then and only then, will peace be free to roam.