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|Thomas, David I've found that luck is quite predictable. If you want more luck, take |
more chances. Be more active. Show up more often. - Tracy, Brian Luck always
seems to be against the man who depends on it. - Unknown, Source Luck is a ...
|Luck always seems to be against the man who depends on it. - Anonymous Good |
luck is often with the man who doesn't include it in his plans. - Anonymous Good
luck is like age – it just sneaks up on you from seemingly nowhere. The biggest ...
|Unknown, Source Always laugh heartily at the jokes your boss tells, it maybe a |
loyalty test. - Unknown, Source Luck always seems to be against the man who
depends on it. - Unknown, Source Luck is a very good word if you put a P before
|Stephen Paul Tolmie. Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried. |
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ Luck always seems to be against the man who depends on it. _ _ _
_ _ _ _ Happiness is in the heart . . . not in the circumstances. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ...
|... about technique 'cuz I don't think I sound as good.” “When you feel really good |
hold on to that, and don't worry so much about technique.” “But...” “NO BUTS, look
for that good feeling!” Luck always seems against the man who depends on it.
|Told in language of great simplicity and power, it is the story of an old Cuban fisherman, down on his luck, and his supreme ordeal—a relentless, agonizing battle with a giant marlin far out in the Gulf Stream.|
|And one does not find men who are so prudent that they are capable of being suf|
- ficiently flexible [accomodare a questo]: ... change, or because, having always
fared well by acting in a certain way, we do not think it a good idea to change our
methods. ... and unsuccessful if they do not.28 According to this analysis a
leader's success depends largely upon blind luck. ... forbidden from leaving the
city lest he join Soderini and help him plan a rebellion against the newly installed
|The compounder recognized the man whom he had given the medicine of wrong |
number. Even the ... We of course can't say whose luck had saved the patient: the
doctor's or the patient's luck. ... However can we depend on only luck always?
|Generally speaking, your " lucky fellows," when one searches closely into their |
history, turn out to be your fellows that know ... and always stand ready for more ;
and when a mechanic does this much, depend on it, it must be hard luck, indeed,
|... shape their course across the seas with the wind or against it, and those who |
let winds and tides carry them where they will. ... The men who sail know where
they want to go and what they want to do: they do not wait on luck or fortune or
favorable currents; they depend on themselves and expect no help from
circumstances. Success of the real kind is always in the man who wins it, not in