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  1. The term aphorism originates from late Latin aphorismus and Greek aphorismos.
    And since they’re universal truths about life, they help persuade your reader to accept your message.
    Don’t count on things that haven’t happened yet because something unexpected could occur.
    Thomas Jefferson also mirrored this general idea when he said, I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.
    This aphorism is short and sweet, but it teaches us a valuable truth.
    People often use this quote when discussing health, but Franklin was talking about fire safety.
    Today, calling someone a Jack of all trades is usually a jab because it implies that their knowledge is superficial.
    Your stories can benefit from this method too.
    Now here’s the big question.
    Aphorisms often use metaphors or creative imagery to express ideas.
    Nanakorobi yaoki.
    If you can do something, then you need to do it for the good of others.
    Like George Washington, Sandys believed that telling the truth is always the way to go.
    It’s easier to do it yourself rather than try to explain it to someone else.
    This quote came from Wales, first appearing in an 1866 publication.
    Their direct, witty approach is what makes these self-evident truths powerful.

  2. Good things come in small packages.
    Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely Link to proverb.
    Better to remain silent and be thought a fool that to speak and remove all doubt.
    Let the punishment fit the crime.
    Bigger they are, the harder they fall – The.
    Woman’s place is in the home – A.
    The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.

  3. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link Link to proverb.
    Englishman’s home is his castle – An.
    Ne’er cast a clout till May be out Link to proverb.
    One good turn deserves another Link to proverb.
    Don’t change horses in midstream Link to proverb.
    Virtue is its own reward.
    There’s many a good tune played on an old fiddle.

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