Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘religion’

20110310

In aphorism, proverb on 20110310 at 22:09

Superstition is religion without the tool of conversion.

A threat made is an insecurity laid.

Thoughts manifest in our actions, escape via our voice.

A memory is a hard thing to let go of; a fantasy, even harder.

20100106

In aphorism, proverb on 20100106 at 15:12

Religion is the grandest superstition invented.

Religion is superstition manifested.

All men will err, but not all will corrupt.

Corruption is to err willingly and profit at another’s expense.

20091104

In aphorism, proverb on 20091104 at 13:37

Who overcomes not the urge to fight, overcomes not another.

A fool is driven solely by profit, be it earthly riches or religious reward.

20091103

In aphorism, proverb on 20091103 at 11:51

Religion is a last resort for the righteous.

For every inaction, there is a double-reaction.

A day in another’s shoes is the day before we ever understand our own shoes. Only after knowing others’ shoes and then our own, are we aware of our feet, aware of how our feet fit into this world -and that this world is made up mostly of others’ feet.

Who is not in the present, is absent.

20090928

In aphorism, proverb, rumination on 20090928 at 21:27

Suppose religion were superstition, that God were a god, that the creator were man.

The dreaming mind is a sleeping head.

Who wears a shoe is never at home.

A lawn seeded awaits a mowing.

The dry well is a desolate well.

A color is worn in a season’s time.

The single ply does not fray.

A smoking hand is an idle hand.

A ripened fruit falls from the vine; lo, the immature cling fast.

20090926

In aphorism, proverb on 20090926 at 09:04

Is not a gem, before discovery, still a gem?

A gem is not formed overnight.

If not by drug, by religion, by love – by what do you fall?

The fool lives in an absolute world, in a limited way; the wise live in a relative world, in an unconditional way.

The hungry fool pays no heed to a rock; the wise, with a lift, is greeted with grubs.

The truth stands, but a lie lays low.

If mankind is not kind, what kind of man is he?

20090329

In aphorism, proverb on 20090329 at 11:25

A friend may have a slip of the tongue, but never a slip of the heart.

A still fly is a dead fly.

Many ills are accomplished while good will is promised, in the name of religion.