"We make our own fortunes and we call them fate",
or so said Benjamin Disraeli.
Then again, considering how many quotes of his fill up the quotation books, Benjamin Disraeli said a lot. The way I see it, he must have had an aide scuttling along behind him, scribbling down every word he said just in case it ended up being memorable.
I always liked the idea of being blown along on Fortune's breathe. It might be my age or my situation, but I felt the urge to make it a little more (and I really do hate this word) proactive. This is another 木はがき (wooden postcard) and as such, is teensy. The sketch is below.