There is no try.
This also reminds me of a precept by Sir Edwin Sandys, a politician who helped establish Jamestown, Virginia.
(I say these words to make me glad),
Not only that, but you can use aphorisms in your writing to summarize your central theme.
The term aphorism originates from late Latin aphorismus and Greek aphorismos.
Repeat after me.
This famous motto highlights the truism that life is full of ups and downs.
If you can do something, then you need to do it for the good of others.
This aphorism is short and sweet, but it teaches us a valuable truth.
The origins of this saying are open for debate, but it’s primarily attributed to Abraham Lincoln.
The original saying was, Eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.
Don’t judge a book by its cover.
Your wish is my command.
Here’s a classic Japanese saying for you.