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|Every dream was at first a seed implanted by a waking angel. Although it seems |
small it develops into an amazing tree. To see things in the seed is an amazing
quality. Lao-Tzu said, “To see things in the seed that is genius. To see things in ...
|To see things in the seed, that is genius. ~Laozi, 570-490 BCE~ Ingenuity is |
required even for the practice of vice. ~ Hindu Saying ~ Genius is only a greater
aptitude for patience. ~ George-Louis de Buffon, 1707-1788 ~ First and last, what
|How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature Benjamin Wiker, |
Jonathan Witt. 7. The. Genius. OF. THE. Elements. To see things in the seed, that
is genius. Lao-Tzu. THE. CHEMICAL MAKEUP OF OUR WORLD IS INGENIOUS
|“It's the Chinese symbol for 'genius.' ” At either extremity of the lever were two |
images: above it was a carving of a beautiful tree, below it was a picture of a very
plain seed. “Ah . . ." Wizard said, nodding. " 'To see things in the seed, that is ...
|Desire. You may as well know, right here, that you can never have riches in great |
quantities, unless you can work yourself into a white heat of desire for money,
and actually believe you will possess it. “To see things in the seed, that is genius.
|It invites you to nurture, whether seed or self, and allows you to see the results of |
your labors and the blooming of your ... planting hundreds of these seeds in May
down the entire length of Monet's “To see things in the seed, that is genius.
|The Mindful Way to Happiness Tal Ben-Shahar. OVERLOOK HUMAN |
POTENTIAL — or — See the seed of greatness in each person To see things in
the seed, that is genius. —Lao-tzu ...
|but do not expect an express route from A to Z. Rather, I have followed a |
meandering path through the story of seeds and, like the ... Sherman was just a
six-milligram seed, got it right when he reflected, “To see things in the seed, that
|“To see things in the seed, that is genius.” — Lao Tzu, Chinese philosopher. |
Aseed. is a beginning, as well as an ending. It is part of an ongoing life cycle: The
seed grows into the plant that produces the seed and on and on. What great
|What would you rather hear? “Good job, Madeline,” or “Madeline, I see how well |
things are going and I appreciate how hard you're working at it. ... A great
Chinese proverb states, “To see things in the seed, that is genius.” Many famous