Historians relate, not so much what is done, as what they would have believed. If you know how to spend less than you get, you have the Philosophers-Stone. The heart of a fool is in his mouth, but the mouth of a wise man is in his heart. No better relation than a prudent and faithful friend.
He that lives upon hope will die fasting. All things are easy to Industry, All things difficult to Sloth. You explain English by Greek. Great beauty, great strength, and great riches are really and truly of no great use; a right heart exceeds all.
He makes a Foe who makes a jest. Cut the wings of your hens and hopes, lest they lead you a weary dance after them. If you would be wealthy think of saving as well as getting: A learned blockhead is a greater blockhead than an ignorant one.
He that can conquer his bad habits. I never saw an oft-transplanted tree, nor yet an oft-removed family, That throve so well as those that settled be. Fine linen, girls and gold so bright choose not to take by candle-light.
Old boys have their playthings as well as young ones; the difference is only in the price. Half the truth is often a great lie. Industry, perseverance, and frugality make fortune yield. I saw few die of hunger; of eating —Employ thy time well, if thou meanest to gain leisure.
Who has deceived thee as often as thyself? Beware of him that is slow to anger: The horse thinks one thing, and he that saddles him another. Despair ruins some, Presumption many.
An honest man will receive neither money nor praise that is not his due. Quarrels never could last long, If on one side only lay the wrong.Ben Franklin’s Aphorisms Aphorism – a short, concise statement expressing a wise or clever observation or a general truth.
1. The doors of wisdom are never shut.
a. Know the people you live next to, but don’t let them know everything. Directions: Read each aphorism below and match it to its meaning. Write your answers on your. The idea for mi-centre.com came from Poor Richard's Almanack (), published by Benjamin Franklin. Ben Franklin Aphorisms study guide by RibelinStephanie26 includes 46 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more.
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BEN FRANKLIN APHORISMS. You will draw a number to see which aphorism you will draw. 1) Draw a picture that illustrates the aphorism 2) Explain the aphorism. Benjamin Franklin Aphorisms · November 21, · "Before Franklin started his scientific experimentation, it was thought that electricity consisted of two opposing forces.
Benjamin Franklin. - American politician, diplomat, physicist, inventor Aphorisms of the author.Download