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|WEIGHT-LIFTING WONDER Wood Ant “An ant on the move does more than a |
dozing ox.” —Lao Tzu TRY THIS: Take a felt tip marker and color a pine needle
or small twig . Place it on the edge of an ant mound that you can visit every day .
|—Marie Dressler II1VII1 Do not kill ants. They are your best friends. —_]oe |
Brainard In V In An ant on the move does more than a dozing ox. —Lao Tzu In V
In Only two great groups of animals, men and ants, indulge in highly organised
|One thing to remember when you do plant seeds is that it is fine to water and |
nurture them, but just as in nature, you can't make corn ... An ant on the move
does more than a dozing ox.50 —Lao Tzu I was in my second year at Oregon
|'An ant on the move does more than a dozing ox,' said Laotzu. Bang on! You are |
clearly on the move and making waves. This is a good period for youngsters
looking at higher studies and campus placements, or better jobs. Ganesha smiles
|“A bird in the hand is better than two in the bush.” — “Big fish eat the ... German |
proverbs “Wood that grows warped can never be straightened.” — “In baiting a ...
Malayan proverbs “An ant on the move does more than a dozing ox.” — “It's not ...
|How Gender Bias Cheats Girls and Boys in School and What We Can Do About It |
David Sadker, Karen R. Zittleman. Simply sharing information ... As Lao Tzu
reminds us: An ant on the move does more than a dozing ox. RIGHT BRAIN
|An ant on the move does more than a dozing ox. LAO TZU As individuals we |
each have the potential to reach the summit, to rise above the sea of mediocrity
that can be like quicksand and suck you in. Racing proved this for me. Bonding
|佳音事業機構. IJjJJ \ -J Facts and Trivia Masters and Servants "An ant on the |
move does more than a dozing ox. " -Lao Tsu master, servant, insect, colony,
queen, male, wing, aphid, mushroom to divide, to chew believe it or not Before
you read- ...
|An ant on the move does more than a dozing ox. —Lao-tzu. One. step at a time; |
don't rush, but keep moving forward. Success ... For too many years I rushed
around like a chicken with its head cut off—activity rather than performance. Say
|(Theodore Roosevelt, 1903) No race can prosper till it learns there is as much |
dignity in tilling a field as in writing a poem. ... To know how to do something well
is to enjoy it. ... (C. S. Lewis) An ant on the move does more than a dozing ox.