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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biancadiangeno: Will: Something brought you here, Nico di Angelo. Call it what you will…fate…destiny… Nico: A statue. | art by sabertooth-raccoon

“He was both everything I could ever want… And nothing I could ever have…” – Ranata Suzuki * missing you, I miss him, lost, tumblr, love, relationship, beautiful, words, quotes, story, quote, sad, breakup, broken heart, heartbroken, loss, loneliness, depression, depressed, unrequited, fate, destiny, bad luck, typography, written, writing, writer, poet, poetry, prose, poem * pinterest.com/ranatasuzuki

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When it's time for souls to meet, there's nothing on earth that can prevent them from meeting, no matter where each may be located.

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