Life is a long travel. The end of the journey is often unpredictable.

By Lailah Gifty Akita

I've found that luck is quite predictable. If you want more luck, take more

By Brian Tracy

The best way to predict your future is to create it.

By Abraham Lincoln

Death has become so predictable that I have neither the youthful reverence of it nor the middle-age fear.

By Meghna Pant

But what I did sense was an emptiness like a black hole inside of him, and there was no predicting what might emerge from a place like that.

By Ryū Murakami

Valedictorians were highly motivated to excel academically because of early family and school experiences.

By Karen Arnold

Female valedictorians marry a little later and participate somewhat more heavily in paid work than women in their age group nationally.

By Karen Arnold

As a group, valedictorians have always led well-rounded, socially integrated, ‘normal’ lives.

By Karen Arnold

Male valedictorians attended Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT, and Stanford. Only one woman chose an Ivy League university-Cornell.

By Karen Arnold

The record is clear; nothing succeeds like success and there is no predictor of academic success better than a history of academic success.

By Karen Arnold

People fall in love without reason, without even wanting to. You can't predict it. That's love.

By Haruki Murakami

Love is so unpredictable. That's what makes it so great.

By Sarah Dessen

Before she'd gone five paces, she heard Benedict speak softly behind her. "You matter, Heloise," he said.

By Anne Elisabeth Stengl

Sometimes, Reynie, trouble itself is the key. - Mr. Benedict

By Trenton Lee Stewart

Risk is the stuff that sucks the predictability right out of the very things that we desperately wish were predictable.

By Craig D. Lounsbrough