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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, ...
|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 David Alan Freeman, Oliver R. Goodenough - 2009 - 416 pages
|... 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.
|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 ...
- 148 pages
|He blames his luck, when he should blame some specific short-coming in his |
own conduct. He attributes another man's ... There is a vast amount of " luck " in
being always ready to take advantage of opportunities. It is a happy thing to have ...
|As luck would have it: incredible stories, from lottery wins to lightning strikes /|
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by Meryl Sussman Levavi I Digitext For Christine In short, luck's always to blame.
|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
|Not to resist injustice, in short, is to allow it to happen. ... Bok believes, in short, |
that he can actually stay outside of history. ... Bok's initial cowardice also shows in
his blaming fate, bad luck, and most of all his wife for everything that goes
wrong in his life. He leaves the shtetl, saying "Change your place change your
luck" (15), but he does not realize that he will always be dragging himself along,
|It is not always necessary to determine whose fault it is. Blaming is where ... |
Maybe you feel relieved in the short-run to place the blame on someone else. ... If
the event was out of your control (as most events are), accept it as bad luck. If it
|You can always find a hook to hang excuses on, but they're only excuses. You |
don't ... Here's the poem in part: If things go bad for you And make you a bit
ashamed, Often you will find out that You have yourself to blame . . . Swiftly we
ran to mischief And then the bad luck came. Why do we ... And if you are short of
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