Origin early 19th C. • from Arabic qismah ‘division, portion, lot,’ from ḳasama ‘to divide.’You can think of kismet as your lot in life, or your fate. The word Kismet is of foreign origin and is used in Turkish, Urdu, Hindi and Arabic.
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You are not a victim of circumstance; nor of fate, destiny, or bad luck. Your path was paved by the choices you’ve made in the past and the excuses you make in the present. “But, those weren't choices. They were mistakes”, you say. No. A mistake becomes a choice when you fail to learn the lesson and repeat it. “But, I've been dealt a rough hand”, you say. Yes, perhaps you have. But that is no excuse for doing nothing. As you sit and dwell and wish and wait for things to...
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