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    wounds ...

    Aren't my wounds the gifts of fate?


    Q.1 Is the sentences above logically correct?

    Q.2 Which is better to say fate or destiny?


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    Re: wounds ...

    Quote Originally Posted by xpert View Post
    Aren't my wounds the gifts of fate?


    Q.1 Is the sentence above logically correct? Grammatically correct; semantically fine.

    Q.2 Which is better to say: fate or destiny? Destiny implies a predetermined future; fate is what happens to a particular person or thing, especially something final or negative, such as death or defeat - it can also carry the meaning that this is something that cannot be altered. In your sentence I would capitalise Fate as a personification of this.
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