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Michael Corleone from The Godfather II disagreed with that.
Like George Washington, Sandys believed that telling the truth is always the way to go.
One of his most notable is, An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Another memorable aphorism is, An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
Give it a try!
How many times have you heard one of the following aphorism examples.
Repeat after me.
The original dictum said, A penny spar’d is twice got, but it’s adapted over the years for modern English.
He played the villain in the movie that famously stated.
Washington’s message was that it’s wiser to be upfront and deal with the consequences.
Oftentimes, it makes sense to delegate tasks.
Aphorisms state universal truths about life that encourage reflection.
Curiosity killed the cat.
Don’t count on things that haven’t happened yet because something unexpected could occur.
See for yourself.
This is especially true if the excuse is a lie.
Want a few more.
Why is this stuff important.
Give it a try!
But one key difference is that for a phrase to be truly aphoristic, it needs to be a short statement.
Take this proverb, for example.
It originally read, Count not they chickens that unhatched be…
Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.
Have you ever felt frustrated when other people didn’t meet your expectations.
The complete quote was, A Jack of all trades and master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one.
But these days.
As they say, Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
Aphorisms are so common that we hardly think twice about them.
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