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The Three Moving Forces

The Elizabethans of Shakespeare’s time, in response to the Question of Good and Evil, believed in three factors that shape how things unfold:

Providence, i.e., God’s will,

Fortune, i.e., luck and chance, and

human character, i.e., your diligent study, practice, training, and action.

Take care of your end, my friends: “‘Good luck’ is when opportunity meets preparation.”


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