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A.A. Milne

Fate cannot worry to think out all the clever things that we should think out. It goes about its business solidly and unromantically, and by the ordinary laws of chance it achieves every now and then something startling and romantic. Superstition thrives on the fact that only the accidental dramas are reported. ― A.A. Milne, Not That It Matters. (Kessinger Publishing, LLC September 10, 2010) Originally published 1920.

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