Famous Quotes & Poems That Give Wishes of Good Luck
If you struggle to find the right words, why not use poetic words that someone else already coined? These expressions are the perfect thing to write down in a good luck card or send in a text message before your loved one takes off.
41. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. — Lao Tzu
42. To accomplish great things, we need to not only act but also dream. We need to not only plan but also believe. Best wishes! — Ralph Chaplin
43. I believe that luck is when an opportunity comes along and you’re fully prepared for it — Denzel Washington
44. May you get all of your wishes except for one. That way, you always have something to strive for — An Irish proverb
45. Shallow men believe in luck, while strong men believe in cause and effect — Ralph Waldo Emerson
46. The mother of good luck is diligence — Benjamin Franklin
47. The only good luck that many great people had was being born with the determination and ability to overcome bad luck — Channing Pollock
48. Luck is predictable. If you want more luck, be more active and take more chances. Show up more often and the luck will follow — Brian Tracy
49. Always try your luck at once a day. Otherwise, you could be walking around lucky all day long and not even know it — Jimmy Dean
50. Inspiration is something you can’t always control, but hard work and determination are what keeps the ship moving. Good luck means hard work, so keep up the good work! — Kevin Eubanks
51. Keep your biggest wishes and goals close to your heart. Dedicate time to them each and every day. If you truly care about your dreams and work diligently to achieve them, there’s nothing you can’t accomplish — Melchor Lim
52. Luck is yours, and wishes are mine. May your future always shine. — Ralph Chaplin
53. Go confidently in the direction of your dreams and live the life you’ve always envisioned for yourself — Henry David Thoreau
54. Twenty years from now, you’ll be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than the things you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from your safe harbour, and catch a trade wind in your sails. — Mark Twain
55. The road may seem rough, and life may seem tough. But for smooth sailing, these good luck wishes are enough.
56. As long as you’ve got hard work in your stride, you’ll always find good luck by your side.
57. I hope your troubles are less and your blessings are more, and only happiness comes through your door.
58. May all the dreams your heart holds dear come true, and may every day of life bring nothing but the best things for you.
59. May the sun always shine through your windowpane; remember that a rainbow follows after each rain.
60. And if you’re really feeling poetic, try out this short but sweet poem from Emily Dickinson entitled “Luck Is Not Chance.”