“I’m a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.” 

Thomas Jefferson

Luck is not a finite resource; it multiplies with effort. The more you invest in your pursuits, the more opportunities for luck to shine upon you.

Thomas Jefferson’s perspective underscores the relationship between hard work and luck. The more effort and dedication you invest in your endeavors, the more likely you are to create favorable conditions for luck to manifest. It’s as if hard work and determination act as magnets for luck, drawing it toward your goals and aspirations. Embrace the idea that your actions play a significant role in attracting and amplifying luck in your life.

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