4 thoughts on “Grant’s First Day of Kindergarten!

  1. Another example comes from Spider-Man, where Uncle Ben turns to Peter Parker and says, With great power comes great responsibility.
    Life is too short to surround yourself with toxic people.
    Sometimes, though.
    The original saying was, Eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.
    It’s time.
    Too many times to count, right.
    It’s a great saying, but it’s not something you’d necessarily repeat over the dinner table.
    Here’s a classic Japanese saying for you.
    Take a look.
    He once stated, It is better to be alone than in bad company.
    Other Common Examples of Aphorisms
    This quote came from Wales, first appearing in an 1866 publication.
    Build a storyline around that saying.
    Are you in.
    Take this proverb, for example.
    What does it mean.

  2. It’s become one of the most viral memes on the internet.
    Washington also said, It is better to offer no excuse than a bad one.
    Shifting gears a little, let’s talk about one of the world’s greatest aphorists – Benjamin Franklin.
    It meant that the person was versatile and adept at many things.
    Then use it as a guideline to stay focused on your general theme.
    But not today.
    It’s a great saying, but it’s not something you’d necessarily repeat over the dinner table.
    It’s better safe than sorry, right.
    Luke’s having a tough time, and he’s discouraged.
    He once stated, It is better to be alone than in bad company.
    Sometimes, though.
    Now you might be asking.
    And get this.
    Let’s get started.
    Brevity is the key.
    Nanakorobi yaoki.

  3. Now compare that proverb to this famous aphorism.
    Better safe than sorry is a piece of wisdom from Samuel Lover’s book, Rory O’More.
    There is no try.
    We’ve all probably had to learn that the hard way.
    It’s easier to do it yourself rather than try to explain it to someone else.
    The Purpose & Function of Aphorism
    Then use it as a guideline to stay focused on your general theme.
    Truthfully, there aren’t huge differences between the three.
    Brevity is the key.
    Here’s a classic Japanese saying for you.
    Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.
    Napoleon Bonaparte could relate.
    That’s not what you expected, was it.
    Finally, All things come to those who wait is a good aphorism we’re all familiar with.
    Your stories can benefit from this method too.
    Truthfully, there aren’t huge differences between the three.

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