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|When God throws the dice are loaded. - Proverb, Greek Good luck beats early |
rising. - Proverb, Irish Substance is not enough, accident is also required. -
Proverb, Italian Luck is infatuated with the efficient. - Proverb, Persian Better an
ounce of ...
|Sourcebooks, Inc. Luck is infatuated with the efficient. Persian proverb The acorn |
is an amulet for good luck. In many.
|English proverb “Luck never made any man wiser.” — Seneca “Luck is not |
chance — it's toil — fortune's expensive smile is earned.” — Emily Dickinson “
Luck is infatuated with the efficient.” — “Go and wake up your luck.” — Persian
|A city can get along without some men. but it cannot get ahead without them. • • • |
There is as much harmony in the working of a machine as in wording of a poem.
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|For most of us, though, the process will be longer and require more of our time |
and energy and less reliance on luck. ... adage, "Diligence is the mother of good
luck" and the still older Persian proverb, "Luck is infatuated with the efficient.
|For everyone who believes that there is a logical explanation for everything, a |
saying of the ancient Persians may have some appeal: luck is infatuated with the
efficient. This ties in rather neatly with the idea that you are the instrument of your
|If that's what you're looking for...go live with a car battery Hide not your talents...|
what's a sundial in the shade Luck is infatuated with the efficient A man is as big
as the things which make him very angry All men are prepared to accomplish the
|“The drowning man is not troubled by rain.” “One poundof learning requires ten |
pounds of common sense to apply it.” “Treat yoursuperior as afather, yourequalas
a brother, and your inferior asason.” “Luck is infatuated with the efficient.” Polish ...
|Mondira Sinha-Ray. “aiatetait aaaat sn Heroes enjoy the Earth. Heroes enjoy the |
Earth. cf. Luck is infatuated with the efficient [Per.] aaafi-Battaa atataat The noon
hour of Thursday. An inauspicious time. Neither marry nor travel on Tuesday or ...
|Someone once made the significant remark that “luck is infatuated with the |
efficient-” And the more you look around, the more you realize that it's the efficient
who have the lion's share of "lucky” days — and only a-light dribble of “unlucky”