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He that waits upon fortune, is never sure of a dinner
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"He that waits upon fortune, is never sure of a dinner"

- Benjamin Franklin

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This quote by Benjamin Franklin is a reminder to do something about it and not rely exclusively on luck. It suggests that those who await good luck to come their method will not constantly succeed. Instead, it is necessary to take initiative and strive to accomplish one's goals. This quote encourages people to be proactive and not wait on luck to come their method. It also indicates that those who do not take action will not be rewarded. This quote functions as a reminder that hard work and devotion are vital for success. It is very important to act and not count on luck to get what one wants. Waiting on fortune will not always cause success, but taking effort and working hard will.

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Benjamin Franklin This quote is written / told by Benjamin Franklin between January 17, 1706 and April 17, 1790. He was a famous Politician from USA. The author also have 162 other quotes.

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