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|U. S. Anderson The doctrine of chance is the bible of the fool.... — William ... |
William Shakespeare Chance is a word void of sense; nothing can exist without a
cause.... — Voltaire ... Johann von Schiller Chance usually favors the prudent
|61 63. CENSURE. CHANCE. "We must not stint our necessary actions in the fear |
to cope malicious censurers. — Shakspeare. Invective may be a sharp weapon,
but overuse blunts its edge. ... Chance generally favors the prudent. — Joubert.
|There is no such thing as chance or accident, the words merely signify our |
ignorance of some real and immediate cause. — Adam Clarke. Chance generally
favors the prudent.— Joubert, CHANCE.— The world is a scone of changes : to
|“Chance, fate, nurturing an inner preparedness for change and direction — how |
can one disentangle them?” Sigmund Freud “Chance usually favors the prudent
man.” — Joubert “Chance fights ever on the side of the prudent.” — Euripides ...
|Chance is a nickname for Providence.—Chamfort. Time and chance happeneth |
to them all.—Bible. The generality of men have, like plants, latent properties,
which chance brings to light.-—Rochefoucauld. Chance generally favors the
|Chamfort Time and chance happeneth to them all.— Bible. The generality of men |
have, like plants, latent properties, which chance brings to light. —
Rochefoucauld. Chance generally favors the prudent. — .Toubert. . Chance Is a
|Saw a fairly good show: 'God is My Co-Pilot'” “Chance generally favors the |
prudent”—Joubert It's difficult to disagree with Joubert. I always attempted to be
prudent but at random times I was also aware that one could be in the wrong
place at ...
|Chance. — There must be chance in the midst of design ; by whiqh we mean that |
events which are not designed necessarily arise from the pursuit of events which
are designed. — Paley. Chance generally favors the prudent. — Joubert.
|Bacon. Plough deep while sluggards sleep. — Benjamin Franklin, To improve the |
golden moment of opportunity,, and catch the good that is within our reach, is the
great art of life. — Johnson. Chance generally favors the prudent. —Joubert.
|“Chance generally favors the prudent.” ~ Joseph joubert (supra) “Most of us |
regard good luck as our right, and bad luck as a betrayal of that right.” ~ William
feather (Supra) “The less we deserve good fortune, the more we hope for it.” ~