Thursday, November 10, 2005

Cliché: good things come to he who waits

Meaning: those who wait are well rewarded. Origin.
Rewrite 1:
regret the wait but relishv2 the reward
Rewrite 2:
patience is rewarded with prizes
Rewrite 3: no one regrets speed more than he whose reward is rushed
Rewrite 4: the longer the wait the more cherished the prize

Comment: A wise saying with few

More reading about clichés
What I found when I
googled “clichés”:
Christian Clichés: “Christians often use clichés among themselves and even with non-Christians, but there may be a need to give thought to the meanings of these oft-repeated phrases.” And The Christian Clichés, from a separate source. Scroll down to get to the actual list.

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