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"Fortune rarely accompanies anyone to the door"

- Torquato Tasso

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This quote by Torquato Tasso speaks with the concept that good luck as well as lot of money are not something that can be relied upon. It suggests that need to not expect all the best to follow them any place they go, which they need to not rely upon good luck to obtain them out of tight spots. Instead, the quote urges individuals to take obligation for their very own activities as well as to work hard to accomplish their objectives. It indicates that success is not something that is handed to you, but something that has to be made with hard work as well as dedication. The quote additionally suggests that luck is uncertain and also can change anytime, so it is very important to be gotten ready for both great as well as rotten luck. Eventually, this quote serves as a pointer that success is not something that can be considered given, and that effort and also devotion are the only surefire means to accomplish one's objectives.

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Italy Flag This quote is written / told by Torquato Tasso between March 11, 1544 and April 25, 1595. He/she was a famous Poet from Italy. The author also have 8 other quotes.

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