4 thoughts on “311 PRINCESS HIGHWAY

  1. Take this proverb, for example.
    It originally read, Count not they chickens that unhatched be…
    You create them.
    Napoleon Bonaparte could relate.
    Yup, he was reminding Philadelphians that preventing fires is better than fighting them.
    Skilled writers use aphorisms to evoke big ideas in a relatable way.
    Aphoristic statements also appear in everyday life, such as daily speeches made by politicians and leaders.
    They’re in social media captions all over the web.
    Take this proverb, for example.
    It’s better safe than sorry, right.
    Remember that.
    Like George Washington, Sandys believed that telling the truth is always the way to go.
    People often use this quote when discussing health, but Franklin was talking about fire safety.
    Skilled writers use aphorisms to evoke big ideas in a relatable way.
    As they say, Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
    They’re written in countless books and passed down as folk wisdom.

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