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"Fortune cannot aid those who do nothing"

- Sophocles

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This quote by Sophocles is a tip that success does not come without effort. It is a warning that relying exclusively on luck or chance will not lead to success. It is essential to take action and put in the work to attain our objectives. Without doing something about it, no matter just how much luck or fortune we may have, it will not be enough to bring us success. This quote is a pointer that we should take duty for our own success and not count on luck or possibility. It is a reminder that we should put in the effort and take action to attain our objectives. It is a pointer that fortune can not assist those who not do anything.

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Sophocles This quote is written / told by Sophocles between 496 BC and 405 BC. He was a famous Author from Greece. The author also have 100 other quotes.

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