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Aphorisms in English

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These brief expressive utterances of certain authors, called «aphorisms» incredibly attracted our attention. Even a casual glance at the cast profound words do not leave us indifferent. Not surprisingly, because of their hidden wisdom of the human mind.

Aphorisms in English as a unit of culture

Aphorisms in English are an expression of world-native speakers. They allow you to trace the lives of people at different times, to know what they lived that they were interested. And very often, analyzing English aphorisms come to the idea that people are always people, and over time we are concerned the same passion that a hundred years ago worried about humanity. So aphorisms are not age, they are still relevant today. Aphorisms in English translation and not just always have authors and are, as a rule, people with a philosophical outlook on life. Aphorisms in English set. Here are some of them.

Great of wealth:

Money often costs too much.
Often the money is too expensive.

(Emerson / Emerson)

Money is the fruit of evil as often as the root of it.
Money can be the fruit of evil as often as its root.

(Fielding / Fielding)

Not does not possess wealth that allows it to possess him.
He does not own wealth, who possess a wealth allows.

(Franklin / Franklin)

Wealth is not his that has it, but his who enjoys it.
Wealth does not belong to the person who owns them, and to those who enjoy it.

(Franklin / Franklin)

Great on enemies:

The man who is not got an enemy is really poor.
A person who has no enemies, really poor.

(Billings / Billings)

There is no little enemy.
Small enemies do not exist.

(Franklin / Franklin)

An enemy is anyone who tells the truth about you.
Enemy becomes anyone who speaks the truth about you.

(Hubbard, Elbert / Hubbard, Elbert)

Great for stupidity:

Fools grow without watering.
Fools grow without watering.

(Fuller / Fuller)

A fool can no more see his own folly than he can see his ears.
The fools just can not see their folly, as their ears.

(Thackeray / Thackeray)

Let us be thankful for the fools; but for them the rest of us could not succeed.
We are grateful for the fact that in the world there are fools if they do not, the other could be the losers.

(Twain / Twain)

Great Life:

Believe that life is worth living, and your belief will help create the fact.
I believe in the fact that life is worth living and your belief will help create the fact.

(James / James)

A well-written life is almost as rare as a well-spent one.
Well-written life is almost as rare as a well-lived.

(Carlyle / Carlyle)

Great love:

He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals.
He who falls in love with himself will have no rivals.

(Franklin / Franklin)

Being a woman is a terribly difficult task since it consists principally in dealing with men.
Being a woman is terribly difficult task, since resolving it, basically, we have to deal with men.

(Conrad / Conrad)

Husband: what is left of the lover after the nerve has been extracted.
The husband — this is what is left of the lover after the nerve removal.

(Rowland / Rowland)

Great for happiness:

The grand essentials of happiness are: something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.
Great components of happiness: to have something to do, something to love and something to hope for.

(Chalmers / Chalmers)

A lifetime of happiness! No man alive could bear it.
Life is made of solid happiness! No one living on earth can not sustain that.

(Shaw / Shaw)

Aphorisms do not teach us how to live, but raise questions about human values, which, unfortunately, scientific and technological progress in our day overshadowed.

 

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