Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘question’

20170312

In aphorism, proverb on 20170312 at 23:55

The fool use physical force to resolve philosophical differences. The wise use philosophical might to overcome physical indifference. 
 
A problem is but a question. 

If necessity is the mother of invention, perhaps ingenuity is the daughter of competition. 

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20161126

In aphorism, question on 20161126 at 23:55

A problem is at the heart of its solution.

It is the first mark of an educated mind to admit ignorance.

 

20150701

In aphorism, poetry, proverb, question, rumination on 20150701 at 23:55

A miracle is / but proper science experienced / by one who believes / but does not understand. 

The question is, to copy or be copied? 

20141213

In aphorism, rumination on 20141213 at 17:44

To accept that the world turns is to wax pragmatically.
To question why the world turns is to wax existentially.
To propose how the world turns is to wax analytically.
To understand how the world might turn better is to wax psychologically.

Not even the wise escape error, but many a fool excuse apology.

An ounce of awareness is worth more than a pound of action.

Where the captain hails, the oarsmen will row.

20141019

In aphorism on 20141019 at 01:23

It is not in our answering of questions that we stand to learn the most, but in our asking.

The horizon can only be viewed from afar.

It takes but a closed eye to ever deny a sunset.

20120527

In aphorism, proverb on 20120602 at 23:40

When we share, ownership becomes secondary to fellowship.

Your quest, your questions.

Projection is proximal to perception, distal to existence.

Learning follows listening.

Clarity wears a cloak of obscurity.

20110420

In aphorism, proverb, question, quote on 20110420 at 20:57

Often the best answer finishes with a question mark.

20110315

In aphorism, proverb on 20110315 at 17:19

To receive a reaction, make a statement; to request a response, ask a question.

20110313

In aphorism, rumination on 20110313 at 23:28

The mark of a question is more lasting than the point of an exclamation.

Rules are but figments, unless submitted to.

20101129

In aphorism, proverb on 20101129 at 11:26

The path paved with death and destruction, never leads to peace.

Only where there is transparency, can there be truth.

Lyrics are but words, if are sung without substance.

What makes a stronger statement, than a question?

Circumstance justifies not behavior, but only rouses that which is dormant.