Ssuccess is largely one’s own making. Fate has nothing to do with it.
There is no luck or ill-luck. What people call ill-luck results from idleness and the absence of fighting back adversities and failures. This truth is contained in the following worse of a famous poet:
“He worked by day
And toiled by night;
He gave up play
And some delight;
Dry books he read,
New things to learn.
And forged ahead, success to earn;
He plodded on with
Faith and pluck
And when he won
Men called it luck.”
All “lucky” people are like this.
The world fails to see the efforts and toil one does before he triumphs.
One makes his own luck and ill luck. No one is doomed to failure.
Luck comes as a result of mental focusing on a target, creating belief and planned hard work until one achieves it. Even for winning a raffle one has to believe he will. I remember a friend of mine who used to buy airport raffle tickets. For this purpose alone he used to pass through the Dubai airport. And he used to fully believe that he will win the jackpot before long. One day when he was sitting in his office he told his secretary you will soon get a call from the Dubai airport. She did get a call before the lunch break.
Mr. Abdul Gafoor, my friend, had won a Mercedes Benz.
Things happen when you believe in them.
THERE HAS BEEN A CONVENTIONAL BELIEF THAT YOU HAVE TO EARN ANY SUCCESS EITHER BY DOING HARD WORK OR BY DOING GOOD ALWAYS AND SO ON.
→This is no more valid. It is all vibrations.
When you believe something in your mind with all your heart and all your soul you will get it. The secret is belief. When you see your goal as already achieved in your thoughts, feelings and emotions it becomes a reality pretty soon.
Have you ever thought of creating your own future, your own destiny?
f you could create your own dreams instead of just accepting whatever Fate is dishing out to you!
Wealth, fame, happiness, health, success are all your birthright. Do not believe anything else. As we will see, every other belief is untrue.
You need not have to live as a failure, as a pauper on a meager income. You need not trudge along at the lowest level of employment. You need not suffer from frequent sicknesses.Yopu can be a success all along