Good idea .This sentence is a quote of a Biblical verse found in the Book of Psalms (Psalm 49:5-15), so it would be better to look for some already existing translations.
Not that simple. The ancient Aramaic alphabet evolved from the ancient Phoenician-Hebrew alphabet. Later, Hebrew changed its alphabet and adopted a variant of Aramaic. Later also Arabic adopted a variant of the Aramaic alphabet and changed it significantly to make is suitable for Arabic. The Aramaic language and alphabet continued evolving all this time, and the modern scripts, such as Syriac, do not look like the ancient ones.Wow, this is new for me, I thought Aramaic was written with the Arabic alphabet, and now I've just found that it is written with the Hebrew alphabet.
Thank you for the effort, and while I do great appreciate it I was hoping I could get it in the Syriac alphabet, such as the one use in the bible of the Maronite Church.Good idea .
Here is the Syriac translation from the Peshitta (Syriac OT + NT): מטול מה אדחל ביום אסערית אסערות בישא אלהן דחובת סורחני בסופי יחזירנני
If you cannot read the Aramaic/Hebrew font see the attached image. It's Hebrew then Aramaic then English.