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    Picture of Benjamin Franklin and a caption that says “Aphorist Extraordinaire”
    Want a few more.
    They’re easy to remember and pass down through generations because they’re concise.
    So my advice.
    Curiosity killed the cat.
    Now compare that proverb to this famous aphorism.
    It’s better safe than sorry, right.
    Michael Corleone from The Godfather II disagreed with that.
    Washington’s message was that it’s wiser to be upfront and deal with the consequences.
    Finally, Actions speak louder than words is another classic example.
    The original saying was, Eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.
    But there’s no certain magic to sprinkling aphorisms into your writing.
    How do aphorisms differ from adages and proverbs.
    Both sayings highlight the benefits of waking up early.
    This quote originated from Thomas Howell in New Sonnets and Pretty Pamphlets.

  2. Examples of Aphorism in Politics
    Have you ever felt frustrated when other people didn’t meet your expectations.
    Sometimes, though.
    Skilled writers use aphorisms to evoke big ideas in a relatable way.
    And get this.
    The term aphorism originates from late Latin aphorismus and Greek aphorismos.
    We see this in literature all the time.
    Here’s a classic Japanese saying for you.
    Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.
    Napoleon Bonaparte could relate.
    Oftentimes, it makes sense to delegate tasks.
    (I say these words to make me glad),
    As they say, Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
    The term aphorism originates from late Latin aphorismus and Greek aphorismos.
    Now compare that proverb to this famous aphorism.
    Don’t count on things that haven’t happened yet because something unexpected could occur.

  3. Guy standing at a bookshelf
    You get up and keep trying.
    He played the villain in the movie that famously stated.
    This also reminds me of a precept by Sir Edwin Sandys, a politician who helped establish Jamestown, Virginia.
    Interestingly enough, this saying was initially intended as a compliment.
    Let’s talk about that.
    Not only that, but you can use aphorisms in your writing to summarize your central theme.
    Let’s get started.
    Now that we’ve covered the aphorism definition, are you ready for more examples.
    Here’s a classic Japanese saying for you.
    There is no try.
    Yup, you guessed it.
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    Today, calling someone a Jack of all trades is usually a jab because it implies that their knowledge is superficial.
    Not only that, but you can use aphorisms in your writing to summarize your central theme.
    Curiosity killed the cat.