#1 I'm looking for a poem or story, can't remember which now, about the fact that at one time it was stated that, aerodynamically, a bumblebee could not fly. The work played this up and finally concluded that God could make a BB fly regardless of what man declared, and since the BB didn't know it couldn't fly - it just did! #2 There was a Chinese proverb/story that told of a farm family whose son broke his leg and how bad that was cause it took one of the farm laborers out of commission. But then a local gang leader came through the village looking for young men to force into his warrior clan and passed up this boy because he was useless with the broken leg. This was seen as good until----- The bottom line was that a person cannot always tell, in the immediate context, whether something is good or bad, and may never really know until the "whole story" is told. Both of these are from memories of some 15-20 years ago, so the details are real sketchy, but thanks for any help.