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Good Luck Quotes

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Roman Payne
“I wandered everywhere, through cities and countries wide. And everywhere I went, the world was on my side.”
Roman Payne, Rooftop Soliloquy

Erik Pevernagie
“When a soothing wind blows gently love through the thistledown of expectations, hope may inveigle the future for timeless care and tenderness to be anchored in a bay of good luck. ("Happiness blowing in the wind" )”
Erik Pevernagie

Cath Crowley
“Shitness, my sister says, has a momentum that good luck just doesn't have.”
Cath Crowley, Words in Deep Blue

“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

Amit Kalantri
“Good luck' is like the shadow of a tree, for some time it gives comfort to a traveler but it doesn't go ahead with a traveler.”
Amit Kalantri

Richelle E. Goodrich
“It’s simply this:
the Irish kiss,
a snog o’ bliss,
be blessed luck
from any miss.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Slaying Dragons: Quotes, Poetry, & a few Short Stories for Every Day of the Year

Amit Kalantri
“What luck has gave you will probably leave you.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

أنيس منصور
“لحسن حظ الكاتب فإنه لا يسمع ما يقوله الفارئ ، إنما يتخيله.
ولحسن حظ الكاتب أيضا أن عنقه بعيد عن يدي القارئ وعن كل الأسلحة الحادة التي في بيته”
أنيس منصور, في السياسة الجزء الثاني

Amit Kalantri
“Write your bane in a sand, your blessing in a stone.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

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

Donald L. Hicks
“If you believe in “luck”, always let it be good luck.
Always choose to be "lucky", rather than "luckless".
Be "happy", rather than "hapless".”
Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness

Stewart Stafford
“People say they don’t believe in luck: luck is the reason the dinosaurs got wiped out and why human beings became the new dominant species on this planet.”
Stewart Stafford

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

Deyth Banger
“You can't be transcendent,... which will mean to be perfect in everything. You can try to act as such person, but there is a lot of to learn.

- As first you always will know the few from everything

- Everything is endless!

- (The Wolf of Wall Street), forgot everything what people say to you about the topic "Money"...because money are the thing which make your life interesting. You could buy the best phone, the best hotel or the best room, the best house, the best car, the best TV, the best books... the best wife... There are outside a lot of women which will sleep with you in replace of money... so reality you need money to have them...
(More far than this I can't take you, because the train is too fast It will delete everything.... <----- it will just start from here.)... What I gonna say or I will say is "Good Luck and try by yourself the finish the mission".”
Deyth Banger

Christina Engela
“These mods made significant improvements to the cars – enough so that I changed my mind (another procedure altogether) every time I thought of selling the damn thing and buying a Toyota. I hope you benefit from this and preserve your ailing finances!
Good luck!”
Christina Engela, Bugspray

Stacey Ballis
“I look at the spread on the counter. I took Jacob's advice and went all out on the classic Southern good luck New Year's foods. In addition to my medium-rare porterhouse, there is hoppin' John over buttered Carolina gold rice, slow-cooked collard greens, corn pudding. The black-eyed peas are good luck in the Southern tradition but also in the Jewish, albeit not usually cooked with bacon the way these are. The greens are supposed to represent money, the corn represents gold. We're closing on the house this week, and I'll take whatever good luck I can find to start the New Year, hoping for a career resurrection and some personal clarity. There is a pan of three-layer slutty brownies sitting on the counter, chocolate chip cookie on the bottom, a layer of Oreos in the middle, brownie batter on top with swirls of cream cheese.”
Stacey Ballis, Recipe for Disaster

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

“We passed a building ad with a Japanese businessman who had a huge white cat's face poking out from behind his head, and a slogan written in Japanese that looked very happy based on the pink-and-red coloring of the letters.
Hold up. Excuse me?
"What's that ad for?" I asked.
Uncle Masa said, "It's a political ad. That man is running for parliament."
"Why the cat?" I approved, obviously, but it made no sense.
Emiko said, "Cats are revered in Japan. You will see many shops with cat figurines on display. They're called maneki-neko, or 'beckoning cats.' They're considered good luck."
I didn't like all their rules, but a country that revered cats had potential.”
Rachel Cohn, My Almost Flawless Tokyo Dream Life

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

Anthon St. Maarten
“Transforming your life does not require extraordinary luck, magic or miracles. You can b begin to change your life at any moment by simply changing your attitude.”
Anthon St. Maarten

Ari Gunzburg
“Most people don’t realize that people who seem to have good luck often create it for themselves. They create it by focusing on the positive. Good luck comes from being in tune with what you desire, in tune with your destiny.”
Ari Gunzburg, The Little Book of Greatness: A Parable About Unlocking Your Destiny

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

Karl Kristian Flores
“Even “Good luck!” is scary. Mr. Pryer said that today. He ended the class and he was like, ‘Good luck in life guys!’ and we all said thank you, but I was like: “Good luck in life? Seriously?" That's fucking terrifying. it seemed that life after someone says, ‘Good luck’ means we’re about to be eaten by wolves or something.”
Karl Kristian Flores, The Goodbye Song

Charles Dickens
“The blessing was from a young child’s lips, but it was the first that Oliver had ever heard invoked upon his head; and through the struggles and sufferings, and troubles and changes, of his after life, he never once forgot it.”
Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist

James Clear
“Most lucky events in life are opportunities, not outcomes.
The value of an opportunity changes depending on how it is treated. Without effort, good luck becomes a missed opportunity. With effort, good luck can become a life-changing event.
You need luck and hard work. It's not either/or. It's both/and. The result will not walk through the door on its own.”
James Clear

“Darling listen - I want you to wake up now...
Oh, no.. you took me otherwise. I am not asking you to wake up early today & do the same thing you did yesterday, I want you to wake up in life...

To wake up in life means to become more of yourself, to express yourself, to show the world how you're unique & the best, everyday.

To wake up in life means shifting your mindset from “Things happen to me” to “I make things happen”… It also means to remain happy with what you have while working hard for what you want.

To wake up in life means putting a full stop to “watering the WEEDS” & begin “watering the SEEDS”… It also means to stop over-dreaming & under-acting.

To wake up in life means shifting your mindset from “what is missing” to “what you’re grateful for”… & giving your best shot to everything & achieving every single thing you possibly CAN!

Good luck & Tons of Good Wishes!”
Rajesh Goyal

Vikrmn: CA Vikram Verma
“Good deeds generate good luck, like compound interest.”
Vikrmn: CA Vikram Verma, Debit Credit of Life: from the good books of accounts

Shea Ernshaw
“He starts to turn away, then stops, scratching at his beard, considering something, before bending low in the grass and plucking something from the soil. He holds it out in his palm. "Good luck, giant," he says, nodding.
In his palm rests a tiny green leaf.
"It's a four-leaf clover," he explains with a wink. "And one that's been plucked from inside St. Patrick Town is particularly lucky."
I take the green clover from his palm and hold it up to the clouded sky, marveling at its four perfectly rounded leaves. It smells of soil and rain, resting delicately between my fingertips. And it looks just like the clover on the doorway into this realm.
"Thank you," I say to him, but when I glance up, he's already vanished into the thick green spruce trees and falling raindrops.”
Shea Ernshaw, Long Live the Pumpkin Queen: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas

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