Man is the Architect of his own Fate/Destiny
I do believe in fate/destiny. Anything is possible in this world. You can do anything you can dream of. Fate can work for you but first, you need to Believe in yourself.
Success is limited. Every success has an endpoint. In my opinion, the most successful person is the one who is loved by everyone for his good behavior and how he treats others when in power. Life is beautiful and given for love. Spread love and smiles throughout the world. Love those who are connected with you. Take a look at your surroundings and make sure who is emotionally attracted to you.
I can control my destiny, but not my fate. Destiny means there are opportunities to turn right or left, but fate is a one-way street. I believe we all have the choice as to whether we fulfill our destiny, but our fate is sealed. Paulo Coelho
Give fate a chance to get everything ready for you but first, you should believe that man is the architect of his own fate. Fare does not work for everyone but for those who also work hard and are curious about their future.
Success is no accident. It needs dedication, hard work and strong self-belief from you. You have to give full attention to your dreams and desires. Then your hard work will determine your level of success. The more efforts you make the more successful you will be.
People respect those who are strong enough financially. They are loved everywhere and respected by everyone. People listen to their pieces of advice and think of them as they are the most intelligent human creatures.
So, I will say again that I believe in fate but I also believe that fate will only work for me if I do something extraordinary for my fate/destiny too. It has been observed that people don’t make good efforts to achieve something greater in life and blame fate for not getting it. It is rather clear that first, you need to step out of your comfort zone, throw out all your fears, execute a good plan, and put in some extra effort, and then if you fail you’re allowed to blame your destiny.
What do you think of fate/destiny?