Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘wise’

20170318

In aphorism on 20170318 at 23:55

There is greatness in the smallest of actions, if only we pause to recognize what is easier to overlook. 

The fool praise the oak and belittle the acorn.

Mind the acorn and the oak will stand in its own. 

With naïveté do we inhale without understanding of how to exhale.

A good story is part struggle and part success. A great story is pure struggle. 

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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. 

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.

20160914

In aphorism, proverb on 20160914 at 23:55

To the empty mind, nothing intimidates like a blank page. To the abundant mind, nothing invites like a blank page.

The ruins of disappointment are built on a foundation of expectation.

20190823

In aphorism, proverb on 20160824 at 23:55

The fool are characters. 
The wise have character. 

20160815

In aphorism, proverb on 20160815 at 23:55

Money makes the fool and becomes the wise. 

How we treat others speaks only of our worth, never of what others deserve.

Weather is never fair.

20160814

In aphorism, proverb on 20160814 at 23:55

When a spoiled mood makes for sour words, silence is more fruitful.

A hypocrite is /not. 

The fool know not the extent of their reach. The wise know the extent of their impact. 

20160731

In aphorism, bon mot, proverb on 20160731 at 23:55

The moment you decide that you deserve better is the moment that you know better—and already in this moment, you are better off.

The fool wears chains to the tune of gold—grounded in insecurity, weighted by vanity, and convinced they are better off decorated than liberated.

As if the limits of mortality were not damning enough, the fool boasts of his own. 

If a fool looks for dirt in the cleanest of waters, he is sure to succeed—if only in finding his reflection.

The fool dismisses a dozen opportunities before asking for a second chance.

Regret is the currency of the fool and the agency of the wise.

Waking up is hard to do, but it’s the only way to welcome in a new day.

What is the difference between mail and email? a LETTER

20160730

In aphorism, proverb on 20160731 at 03:13

A fool quotes the wise simply to hear his own voice. 

20160730

In aphorism, proverb on 20160730 at 23:55

A fool quotes the wise simply to hear his own voice.