Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘rich’

20160915

In aphorism, proverb on 20160916 at 00:09

If time is a luxury, busyness is poverty.

Wisdom is lost on fools’ ears. Ignorance is found on fools’ tongues.

If to ignore something is intentional, then ignorance is an act of intention.

A waste is a terrible thing to mind.

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20100323

In aphorism, proverb on 20100323 at 17:04

Freedom exists in its entirety, or not at all.

The average fool sees his true reflection only in the pool of time.

One doesn’t get rich by looking for money.

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.

20091007

In aphorism, proverb on 20091007 at 16:05

If you have lost your focus in life, look to the lessons of photography: bring more light to your subject or reduce the speed.

The rich and the poor alike go barefoot.

The masses will follow a fool idea from the sound mind before following a sound idea from the mind fool.

The fool accept gratitude without humility.

If you want to make an impression, be riveting; if you want to shape, be flexible.

Water fits in a vase only by conforming.

Sooner the ice to melt than the water to freeze.

The freeze that comes before the thaw is Autumn; the thaw that comes before the freeze is Spring.

A good writer not only gives new ideas, but enables new ideas.

20090927

In aphorism, proverb on 20090927 at 20:04

But with a heart of gold, is one rich.

‘Tis better to break an egg than let it crack.

20090924

In aphorism, proverb on 20090924 at 13:29

Conflict surrounds borders and orders; peace surrounds the fair that dare.

If man would pool resources instead of divide, how rich ever mankind would be.

Ownership is a pretext for envy and jealousy, a precursor of loss and liability.

An exclamation point, throttled horizontal, fancies a slide to the point.

20090621

In rumination on 20090621 at 10:43

《on trust of words》

We trust others in the sense that we attach their words to their character, and in doing so, our trust for them and their words is alike, without separation. It is not to say that we trust them unconditionally, without pause for concern or doubt, and it is not to say that we must always agree with their words. But we can expect that what is said is more so said by a certain being. It is the richness of this context which allows us to accept one’s words at all.

20090325

In aphorism, proverb on 20090325 at 09:18

Life is rich, yea, though the pocket has zilch.

20090122

In aphorism, poetry, proverb on 20090122 at 13:05

The poor do not lose money.

The average do not find money.

The rich make money.

The wealthy save money.