Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘righteous’

20110120

In aphorism, proverb, rumination on 20110120 at 11:21

The quest for righteousness at the heels of the wrong is as a dog chasing its own tail.

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.

20091005

In aphorism, proverb on 20091005 at 23:56

We may learn from a book, but we live only from experience.

Everyday has the same potential as the last -and the next.

A fool exports willingly of his ways, but imports not of the wise.

The righteous flag of colonialism needs not the wind to blow.

20090923

In aphorism, proverb on 20090923 at 13:15

The right judge and condemn with self-righteous rule, modern-day Pharisees, unable to see their wrong.

Denial and refutal of the truth are but one, only to the fool.