29 December 2014

Like Stars in the Daytime

If you’ve been paying close attention to the work happening on the Discovery River near Serka Zong at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, you know that the new nighttime spectacular at the park is going to be something special! Of course, if you’re looking that closely at the construction, you might be missing the little details around the construction zone. Peppered along the refurbishment wall are a series of Tibetan proverbs from anonymous authors. Which one of the proverbs resonates with you?

The eagle may be flying in the sky but its shadow falls upon the ground.

With a stout heart a mouse can lift an elephant.

It’s better to live for one day as a tiger than to live for 1000 years as a sheep.

Don’t notice the flea in someone else’s hair when you have a yack on your own nose.

There is no way to catch a fish by hand without getting one’s feet wet.

A smart jackal is no match against an old tiger.

Like stars in the daytime, like horns on a rabbit.

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