"The Book of Truths"
A truism is a claim that is so obvious or self-evident, that is it hardly worth mentioning -- except as a reminder or as a rhetorical or literary device. The Book of Truths is dedicated to collecting absolute truisms that have no profound meaning whatsoever.
Some examples of truisms
are:A book does not end until the last page.
He who has an ax to grind has a tool in need of sharpening.
He who is oldest has been living longer than any other.
To burn the candle at both ends is to have more light.
When the rain falls, the ground is wet.