Bad Luck Quotes

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Anthon St. Maarten
“Never surrender your hopes and dreams to the fateful limitations others have placed on their own lives. The vision of your true destiny does not reside within the blinkered outlook of the naysayers and the doom prophets. Judge not by their words, but accept advice based on the evidence of actual results. Do not be surprised should you find a complete absence of anything mystical or miraculous in the manifested reality of those who are so eager to advise you. Friends and family who suffer the lack of abundance, joy, love, fulfillment and prosperity in their own lives really have no business imposing their self-limiting beliefs on your reality experience.”
Anthon St. Maarten

Mark Twain
“When ill luck begins, it does not come in sprinkles, but in showers.”
Mark Twain, Pudd'nhead Wilson

“I pray. I go to mass. I even remember to respect my elders and help little old ladies across the street. What the hell did I do to deserve this?”
Lora Leigh, Wild Card

Matthew Bracey
“Christ, did life get any worse than this? He pushed the head of the cock past his terrified, quivering lips and attempted to bite into the thing.”
Matthew Bracey, Steel Dogs

Criss Jami
“Bad luck with women is a determined man's road to success. For every affliction, he makes, out of indignation, yet another advancement in order to exceed the man that the woman chose over him. This goes to show that great men are made great because they once learned how to fight the feeling of rejection.”
Criss Jami, Venus in Arms

Hasil Paudyal
“May be its mine bad-luck
Or yours not to get me
But I still have hope
Of being yours”
Hasil Paudyal, Blended Words

Ann Aguirre
“Mother Mary of Anabolic Grace, we got Teras incoming?” He levels angry blue eyes on me. “You’re a hex, lady, dark luck, powerful bad juju, ken?”
“Only to people who try to kidnap me,” I tell him sweetly, and March snorts, so I feel obliged to add, “Or rescue me…” And then Dina makes a pfft sound. “Or who travel with me…” My gaze sweeps around the darkened interior, trying to find an ally, but nobody will hold my eyes more than two seconds, it seems. “Fine, frag you all, I’m dark juju, bad luck, and you’re all doomed.”
Ann Aguirre, Grimspace

Toni Morrison
“Misery don't call ahead. That's why you have to stay awake - otherwise it just walks on in your door.”
Toni Morrison, Home

“Sometimes I feel proud of myself, not because of any success I’ve achieved, but because I’m aware of all the difficulties that I have suffered or went through.

I’m an eyewitness at all the fear, weakness, frustration, failure, depression, refraction and bad luck moments that I’ve been through alone and which affected significantly but never was able to beat me for so long.

This is why I’m proud, because I’m here now stronger that yesterday, I'm still able to stand and continue on my way, still following up my dreams, still trying my best to build better future for me and my family and I will never ever give up!”
Shadi Kamal Kandil

“People who believe they have bad luck create bad luck. Those who believe they are very fortunate, that the world is a generous place filled with trustworthy people, live in exactly that kind of world.”
Chris Prentiss, The Alcoholism and Addiction Cure

“If something bad happened just do this 3 things.First inhale second exhale and third accept that it happened.”
Kenneth de Guzman

Patricia Lockwood
“Back in her childhood she used to have holy feelings, knifelike flashes that laid the earth open like a blue watermelon, when the sun came down to her like an elevator she was sure she could step inside and be lifted up, up, past all bad luck, past every skipped thirteenth floor in every building human beings had ever built. She would have these holy days and walk home from school and think, After this I will be able to be nice to my mother, but she never ever was. After this I will be able to talk only about what matters, life and death and what comes after, but she still went on about the weather.”
Patricia Lockwood, No One Is Talking About This

Chrissi Sepe
“Oh, I don’t buy lottery tickets... because if I won, and I was capable of that kind of odd luck, then I would also be equally capable of extremely bad luck, like getting struck by lightning, or falling out of window or something. I’d rather just not know.”
Chrissi Sepe, Bliss, Bliss, Bliss

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Some lives were saved by accident; some, by an accident.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Our survival is a result, not of caution or wisdom, but of pure luck.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Barbara Nickless
“We were the marines the other Marines avoided. The pariahs, the bad-luck charms. The ones no one wanted to risk being near. As if we didn't just process death. As if we brought it.”
Barbara Nickless, Ambush

Amit Kalantri
“If you have a bad luck at the dawn, you had a bad luck. If you keep having bad luck all day, you are the bad luck.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Lailah Gifty Akita
“Bad luck happens to everyone. Who knows when evil moment may occur.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Shon Mehta
“You can spoil your good luck with your stupidity, but even with all the smartness in the world, you can never outrun your bad luck.”
Shon Mehta, Stories Of Jivavarta

“When you start normalizing bad things. Bad things will start normalizing themselves happening to you.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

Tea Cooper
“Primrose acquired a copy of Sir Walter Scott's novel Anne of Geierstein. The story tells of an enchanted princess who wore an opal that changed colors with her moods. Primrose became convinced Menge's stone was an opal. In the novel a few drops of holy water extinguish the stone's magic fire and the princess is reduced to ashes. As was my poor Primrose."
The hairs on Stefan's forearms stood to attention. How ridiculous! Bishop would have him believing this fictional nonsense before long. Only a year after the publication of Scott's book people began associating opals with bad luck until Queen Victoria became totally enamored with the gemstones and the demand rebounded to such an extent the Hungarian mines as good as dried up. But none of that was relevant.”
Tea Cooper, The Woman in the Green Dress

Anthon St. Maarten
“Don’t just accept bad luck or misfortune as inevitable fate. Destiny is mostly the result of living your life by design.”
Anthon St. Maarten

Anas Hamshari
“I always assumed that I was born with bad luck. The truth is, luck only played 10% of the cards while the remaining 90% had to be played in mine.”
Anas Hamshari, Businessman With An Affliction

“What you give is what you get in life. You might not get it same time, but you will eventually get it one day. Choosing to treat other people bad, cyber bullying and hurting them for no reason. Being mean and rude to other people for no reason. Even if you are using fake or anonymous accounts. One day you will get what you giving and what you are doing. Sometimes bad luck we create it ourselves by how we treat others.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Because of ignorance, we often attribute to good genes—and therefore good luck—fruits of things such as exercise, reading, meditation, and fasting.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Edwin Thomas
“I believe they think you some sort of a magnet for bad luck. As long as it attaches itself to you, it stays away from them.”
Edwin Thomas, The Blighted Cliffs

Amit Kalantri
“Its never a bad day, its bad few minutes that you stretch all day.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Lailah Gifty Akita
“Bad luck happens to every one because none can foretell the events of a dark time nor an evil days.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Adrian McKinty
“Getting rid of the mirrors—what a joke that was. Just hiding the truth. All those smashed mirrors in the town dump. All that bad luck circling back to her.”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain

“I have observed that in most of badluck cases, word “luck” is equal to ‘’effort’’.”
Hassnain Malik

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