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"Fortune brings in some boats that are not steered"

- William Shakespeare

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This quote by William Shakespeare is a metaphor for life. It suggests that life is unpredictable and that in some cases we are not in control of our fate. It implies that in some cases we are at the mercy of fate which our lives can be altered by forces outside of our control. The quote suggests that we need to accept the unforeseen and be prepared for the unexpected. It also suggests that we ought to not be too attached to our strategies and expectations, as they might not constantly concern fruition. The quote encourages us to be versatile and open up to change, as it is often out of our control. Ultimately, the quote is a pointer that life is unforeseeable and that we must be gotten ready for whatever comes our method.

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William Shakespeare This quote is written / told by William Shakespeare between April 26, 1564 and April 23, 1616. He was a famous Dramatist from England. The author also have 172 other quotes.

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