54 Fate QuotesBe encouraged by these fate quotes that may give you thoughts on do you determine your fate or is your destiny already determined. Is your life dependent on luck, on chance, on fate, or do you play a role? Let these quotes give you thoughts on this! You may also be encouraged by these poems about fate.
There is no chance, no destiny, no fate, can circumvent or hinder or control the firm resolve of a determined soul.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Will
Poems of Encouragement
You determine your own fate by what goals you set, what action you take and the attitude you have in life.
Sometimes God will place a wall on your path to force you to go in another direction.
And if Fate grows harsher still and sterner, and our dearest treasures perish, we know, though we sigh and murmur, earthly idols we should not cherish.
Lillian E Curtis, Sunshine and Shadow
Train of Life Poem
It is not fate that casts me down but only destructive thoughts make me drown.
Robert Rivers, Fate Challenged
Always remember age is only a date and you determine your own fate
Catherine Pulsifer, Birthday Greetings To You
Peace, the sweet glory of the world, faces a duty, too; death is her fate, leaves she one gate for war to enter
Edgar A. Guest, Preparedness
Poems About Justice
And I thank the stars above it was fate that brought us two, for on this day my destiny certainly came true.
Catherine Pulsifer, No Greater Day
Love Poems For Him
We have the power to decide our fate, though choices can be difficult to make.
Catherine Pulsifer, Mistakes and Regret
Poems About Regret
We grumpily accept this fate with only a weary sigh - for age catches everyone whether we try to defy.
Catherine Pulsifer, No One Immune To Age
Funny Poems About Life
What would we do in this world of ours were it not for the dreams ahead? To some it's a dream of a truce with Fate in a constant search for health.
Edwin Carlile Litsey, The Dreams Ahead
If you can’t change your fate, change your attitude.
You are the architect of your own fate; Toil on, hope on, and dare to do and be.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, The City
I have no wish to rail at fate,and vow that I'm unfairly treated; I do not give vent to my hate because at times I am defeated.
Edgar A. Guest, The Old, Old Story
But, with a smile and words of hope, gives zest to every toiler. He alone is great who by a life heroic conquers fate.
Unknown, Faces What He Must
I love you because you have done more than any creed could have done to make me good, and more than any fate to make me happy.
Roy Croft, Love
Best Love Poems
Fate chooses your relations, you choose your friends.
Meaningful Friendship Quotes
When it comes to life, we spin our own yarn, and where we end up is really, in fact, where we always intended to be.
It's time to explore, the world that awaits. Allow yourself to, embrace your fate.
Julie Hebert, The World That Awaits
Poems About New Beginnings
And though 'tis human fate to fail, 'tis great to hold still fast to that one thing thou lovest best, for it alone will last.
Max Ehrmann, Walk Sweetly
Judge not! - though clouds of seeming guilt may dim thy brothers fame; for fate may throw suspicion's shade upon the brightest name
Unknown, Judge Not
Poems About Brotherhood
Few ever fail by trying. few ever win who wait. All of your sitting, sighing never will conquer fate.
Douglas Malloch, One Thing Is For Certain, Son
O Lord, let us believe in Thee, and believing, let us have a heart for any fate.
George L. Perin, Verge of The Old Year
New Year Poems
Just because fate doesn't deal you the right cards, it doesn't mean you should give up. It just means you have to play the cards you get to their maximum potential.
Never Give Up Quotes
The man of life upright.... Thus, scorning all the cares that fate or fortune brings, he makes the heaven his book, his wisdom heavenly things
Thomas Campion, The Happy Life
Poems About Life
There is no way to combat fate, for life's a game we The clouds of day are only fears which smiles will drive away.
Everett Wentworth Hill, Smiles Drive Away
It is you that determines your fate, you stand with your hand on the knob of fame's doorway to-day,
and life asks you to say just what you will make of your job.
Edgar A. Guest, The Job
I would live this life so well strangers of me praise might tell....not as one who conquered fate; not as one who rose to fame leaving a remembered name, but as one who served some need with a timely, kindly deed.
Edgar A. Guest, Creed
Famous Poems about Life
Behind the clouds is the sun still shining; thy fate is the common fate of all, into each life some rain must fall. Some days must be dark and dreary.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, The Rainy Day
Poems About Life Struggles
Accept the things to which fate binds you, and love the people with whom fate brings you together, but do so with all your heart.
My life is a fault at last, I fear: it seems too much like a fate, indeed!
Robert Browning, Life in a Love
Famous Love Poems
I believe that I am the architect of my own fate; therefore, I will be master of circumstances and surroundings, not their slave.
Unknown, A Creed
Poems About Being Yourself
The clock ticks loud as if by the swinging of the pendulum of fate. One waits as for a signal to launch his boat upon an unknown sea — a New Year.
George L. Perin, Stroke Of Twelve
Christian Poems For The New Year
The fate that made me wander far at last has brought me home to thee, dear haven of my heart, and I no more will roam.
Henry VanDyke, Arrival
Poems About Home
Don't let circumstances determine your fate. Choose your fate and mold circumstances to fit your fate of choice.
Quotes To Live By
We find that it's ever so in this life's uneven flow; we've only to wait, in the face of fate, for the green grass under the snow.
Annie A. Preston, The Green Grass Under The Snow
Who knows what fate has in store, we may meet again someday.
Julie Hebert, Where Is Mr. Right
Finding Love Poems
Sometimes it is best for men not to attempt to interfere with destiny. Our prayers can be answered in ways which we do not expect and do not welcome.
I believe in fate you see, and that is why you've come to me. I knew one day our paths would cross.
Julie Hebert, Fate Brought You To Me
Having love in your life, just a brother even a wife, can make all the difference to fate.
Julie Hebert, Life Without Love
Poems About Life And Love
And if Fate knocks you down with a shattering blow - it may be your big chance in disguise - if you stand up and meet it with courage and faith, looking onward with bright, fearless eyes
Patience Strong, Opportunities
Think On These Things
Fate may betray you, but you settle first whether to live to your best or your worst.
Edgar A. Guest, Decide
Man does not control his own fate. The women in his life do that for him.
Funny Quotes About Life
Boost, and your spirit's happy; knock, and your fate's unkind; you can reap no boon when you're out of tune, for the crowd never stops to mind!
David V. Bush
Be A Booster
Man's fate and heart compared to heaven, Is but an evil nod; he cannot thank with a true spirit, or all the mercy of God.
J. J. Thorne
Praise God Poems
A smile is a tonic we all can take in daily mixtures with our fate. We know not, cannot estimate its value.
A Friendly Beaming Smile
When life seems an empty state. when you pause and question fate...try, try again!
David V. Bush, Try Again
Try Try Again Poem
I do not believe in a fate that will fall on us no matter what we do. I do believe in a fate that will fall on us if we do nothing.
We will be what we could be. Do not "It might have been, had not or that, or this" - no fate can keep us from the chosen way
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
When Fortune frowns and Fate looks cold, though darkness appears to obscure all the light, look straight toward the temples of Truth and Right; press on!
Lillian E. Curtis
If Fate assails you ill by ill, do not lose your pep!
David V. Bush
Do Not Lose Your Pep
Every day we have choices to make they may seem small but they can determine our fate
Catherine Pulsifer, Choices We Make
Life Choices Poems
A cheery heart, in spite of fate; the strength to work, the patience to wait; a hand that lifts a brother up
and shares with him the bitter cup.
Lida Marie Erwin, These Would I Keep
Life Journey POems
Curse not your fate in accents weak. but be a man, and in the strife. Plunge with the strength of all your life.
David V. Bush, You'll Strike Your Stride
Poems About Fate
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