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|That's why Virgil, the greatest of the Roman Poets, wrote 2,000 years ago, “|
Fortune sides with him who dares.” It's a clever way of saying good fortune doesn'
t come to us; we go to it by taking risks. Life is all about taking risks. And we
|That's why Publius Vergilius, a classical Roman poet wrote, "Fortune sides with |
him who dares." And Homer wrote, "And what he g reatly thought, he nobly dared
." Life is all about taking risks. We willingly take chances every day. Whether we ...
|Fortune sides with him who dares. VIRGIL Fortune will always confer an aura of |
worth, unworthily, and in this world the lucky person passes for a genius.
EURIPIDES Ah, Fortune, what god is more cruel to us than thou! How thou
delightest to ...
|“Fortune sides with him who dares.” –Virgil ... When engaged, they will protect us |
by flipping the surprise advantage over to our side. Proactive ... If he is bent on
doing harm to you, he is taking a risk himself, and he is very aware of this.
|(Thomas Edison) ' “Fortune sides with him who dares.” ' “An ugly patch is nicer |
than a beautiful hole.” ' “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have
loved at all.” ' “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many
to so ...
|HeartSpeaks Joji Valli. “Fortune knocks at every man's door once in a life, but in a |
good manycases the man isin a neighboring saloon and does not hear her” Mark
Twain “Fortune sides with him who dares” Virgil ...
|She glared at Seth as he poured fresh coffee from the porcelain pot on the |
cherrywood table. An odd smile edged Seth's mouth as he looked into those well-
spaced gray eyes. He raised an ... Fortune sides with him who dares. She tried to
|"Nobody is safe no more, it's too late for that," he said cryptically. ... What he'd |
been hoping for was that it was all a mistake, she was fine, come on in and ask
her, she'll tell you so ... "Anyway, as Virgil said, 'Fortune sides with him who dares
|RALPH WALDO EMERSON Fortune sides with him who dares. VIRGIL Lives of |
great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave
behind us Footprints on the sands of time. HENRY WADSWORTH