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|Luck is a dividend of sweat. The more you sweat, the luckier you get. - Kroc, Ray |
Luck's always to blame. - La Fontaine, Jean De In short, luck's always to blame. -
La Fontaine, Jean De Although men flatter themselves with their great actions, ...
|Being deeply learned and skilled, being well trained and using well spoken |
words: this is also good luck. There is no ... Luck has a peculiar habit of favoring
those who don't depend on it. Success is ... In short, there's always bad luck to
|bad luck was to blame for the catastrophes. It would always be a fact in Clover, |
Texas, but the rest of the world would never know. So David ate in truck stops
and diners and slept in ratty rooms and had terrible nightmares...but actually felt ...
|La Fontaine, Jean De The argument of the strongest is always the best. - La |
Fontaine, Jean De Luck's always to blame. - La Fontaine, Jean De In short, luck's
always to blame. - La Fontaine, Jean De Patience and the passage of time do
|Encompassing two generations and a rich blend of Chinese and American history, the story of four struggling, strong women also reveals their daughter's memories and feelings.|
Michael D. A. Freeman, Oliver R. Goodenough - 2009 - Preview
|... the lives of these others are almost always sudden, almost always unbidden, |
and so always epistemically incomplete; from the blamer's perspective, ... These
attributions of blame lack the loving judgments we offer our children as we teach
them our norms. These others are usually total strangers, a substantial number of
whom, owing to bad moral luck,19 reside in a province that lies ... 2" We would, in
short, demand for all children that which we insist upon unwaveringly for our own.
|Connie had a short conversation with him and came into the kitchen looking grim. |
“Ijust have to clear up a few things with him ... Iam just like mom, she thought,
always blaming the wrong person. “Are you going outwith him?” Anna blurted in
|On the contrary, a hundred surmises, humorous or serious, but always |
extravagant, were afloat in Cedar Camp. ... Hitherto, for no reason whatever, all
had agreed to put the blame upon Billy—possibly because he was present to
|Here she'd always hoped he'd notice her, and when he did he thought she was |
digging forfood fromthe garbage. It wasn't what she'd call good luck,but she'd
enjoyed talking to him, even ifhe'd had toomuch to drink andacteda little silly and
wouldn't remember her in the ... His darkhairwas alittle too short, but it waved ...
|In other words, this external orientation believes that the outside environment in |
the form of fate, luck, chance, or circumstance will always trump ... Interestingly,
people with this internal orientation almost always fail to blame others when
performance doesn't meet expectations. ... We can best see this internal
orientation with true franchise players, leaders, and individuals when they (or the
team) fall short.