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In other words, "fate" relates to events of the future and present of an individual and in cases in literature unalterable, whereas "destiny" relates to the probable future. Fate implies no choice, but with destiny the entity participates in achieving an outcome that is directly related to itself. [[Participation (decision making) | Participation]] happens willfully.
 
In other words, "fate" relates to events of the future and present of an individual and in cases in literature unalterable, whereas "destiny" relates to the probable future. Fate implies no choice, but with destiny the entity participates in achieving an outcome that is directly related to itself. [[Participation (decision making) | Participation]] happens willfully.
   
==Fortune==
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fate is amazin stuff man ive tried it
In [[Hellenistic civilization]], the chaotic and unforeseeable turns of [[chance (philosophy)|chance]] gave increasing prominence to a previously less notable goddess, [[Tyche]], who embodied the good fortune of a city and all whose lives depended on its security and prosperity, two good qualities of life that appeared to be out of human reach. The Roman image of [[Fortuna]], with the wheel she blindly turned, was retained by Christian writers, revived strongly in the Renaissance and survives in some forms today.<ref>"[[Rota Fortunae|The Wheel of Fortune]]" remains an emblem of the chance element in fate.
 
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==Philosophy==
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