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Well the last I checked, analogy meant “a comparison between two things that shows a way in which they are similar”. So that’s why I said – whatever your beliefs regarding fate are, ultimately you’ll never know whether it is real of not (irrespective of whether you believe fate is real or not). So, that’s why I’ve used the word analogy here. But if I am thinking wrong, feel free to correct me.
As for luck, luck is different from fate. But I don’t know if I believe in luck either. All I know is, our actions shouldn’t be dependent on luck.