You never know what worse luck your bad luck has saved you from.
You know, Hobbes, some days even my lucky rocket ship underpants don't help.
We've had bad luck with our kids - they've all grown up.
Life is full of luck, like getting dealt a good hand, or simply by being in the right place at the right time. Some people get luck handed to them, a second chance, a save. It can happen heroically, or by a simple coincidence , but there are those who don’t get luck on a shiny platter, who end up in the wrong place at the wrong time, who don’t get saved.
There is strange comfort in knowing that no matter what happens today, the Sun will rise again tomorrow.
The struggles we endure today will be the ‘good old days’ we laugh about tomorrow.
Shallow men believe in luck or in circumstance. Strong men believe in cause and effect.
Why hasn't anyone killed him yet?” “Dumb luck,” Wit said. “In that I’m lucky you’re all so dumb.
Writing is like getting married. One should never commit oneself until one is amazed at one's luck.
There were a group of people before the Ascension known as the Astalsi. They claimed that each person was born with a certain finite amount of ill luck. And so, when an unfortunate event happened, they thought themselves blessed—thereafter, their lives could only get better.
If grace belongs to God, there are those who say that luck belongs to the Devil and that he looks after his own.
I Am In Love With Myself, With My Heart.
Life's trials will test you, and shape you, but don’t let them change who you are.” ~ Aaron Lauritsen, ‘100 Days Drive
It's in those quiet little towns, at the edge of the world, that you will find the salt of the earth people who make you feel right at home.
From this point forward, you don’t even know how to quit in life.” ~ Aaron Lauritsen, ‘100 Days Drive
When ill luck begins, it does not come in sprinkles, but in showers.
True friends don't come with conditions.
Our survival is a result, not of caution or wisdom, but of pure luck.
If you believe talent exists, you’re limiting yourself. If you believe luck exists, you’re lazy. If you believe in yourself, you’re wise.
I do strongly feel that among the greatest pieces of luck for high achievement is ordeal. Certain great artists can make out without it, Titian and others, but mostly you need ordeal. My idea is this: the artist is extremely lucky who is presented with the worst possible ordeal which will not actually kill him. At that point, he's in business: Beethoven's deafness, Goya's deafness, Milton's blindness, that kind of thing.