Accept that because we were born with nothing, we can become anything!
The natural enemy of the strong is the weak, but the natural enemy of the weak is not the strong - it is the ones that are even weaker.
"Checkmate" doesn't mean you've simply cornered the enemy king. It's a declaration that the enemy king is yours.
In fairy tales, when the protagonists end up in a different world, they do their best to get back home, right? But who would want to go back to a world like that?
Because of our weakness, we trained our eyes, ears and the ability to think. Learning how to survive, that's our trait as humans! The human species can't use magic and can't even perceive it – but because we are weak, we have the wisdom to run away from magic and the intelligence to see through it. We don't have any extraordinary senses. But because we are weak, by learning and gaining experience, we gained the wisdom to achieve the unachievable.
In every time, in every world, the strong polish their fangs while the weak polish their wisdom.
An idiot that knows he's an idiot is even harder to deal with than an idiot that thinks he isn't.
Life is not a game of luck. If you wanna win, work hard.
They say people can change, but is that really true? If they decide they want to fly, will they grow wings? I don't think so. You don't change yourself, you change how you do things. You have to make your own way. You have to create a way to fly, even while you stay the same.
There is no such thing as luck in this world. Rules, prerequisites, psychological states... there are any number of invisible factors that combine to produce an unpredictable, but inevitable result. The winner of each game is decided before it even begins. Chance is never a factor.
Whats the probability of drawing the ace of spades from a deck with no jokers? Normaly it would be 1/50. But what if its a brand new deck? The position of cards in a new deck are typically identical, so that means if you take out the jokers and draw the card at the very bottom, it's the ace of spades almost 100% of the time. Oh that's right! I didn't say a word about it being a new deck. Rather, you didn't ask. Being in the "know" gives you the power to turn the probability of winning from 1.92% to 100%. The more knowledgable party will be the inevitable victor.