I feel like you can use “do it” in the first sentence to stand in for “reach the Land”, but you can’t do that for the second sentence. What could I use instead, so I don’t need to repeat “make the beat friends”?
“Meteors, space rocks from asteroids that can reach the Earth, but they don't always do it.”
“Co-workers can make the best friends, but they don’t always do it”
Maybe “Co-workers can make the best friends, they more than often don’t”... Would that work?.... What about “But it’s not always that they do”.... Does either work?