Luck’s simplest definition : success or failure apparently brought by chance rather than through one’s own actions.
Wether we want to call it luck, favour or blessing, the very idea that we can invoke an outcome not directly connected to a specific scientific act of cause and effect is exciting.
Most of humanity believes in some sort of luck, we just package it differently.
How do we attract luck, favour or blessing?
1. Play the cards that life deals us
Learn to develop a poker face rather than waiting forever for the perfect hand
Many win life’s game through sheer grit as others fold even when they have the better hand
2. Be courageous, Fortune favours the bold (a Latin proverb)
Courage invokes luck, favour, blessing
Wether it’s entertaining something beyond our current capacity or going into a different field of opportunity, courage is often the door opener.
It seems courageous people often share the luckiest, most favourable and blessed stories
3. Think that you can and tap into the law of faith
Faith believes things that don’t exist as though they already do
Unlike gamblers, unnecessary risk takers and the greedy who manipulate and play with fate, faith unlocks laws of the creator to experience true luck, favour and blessing
It was an ancient wise king who said “The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, but time and chance can happen to us all”
King Solomon invites us to be open to laws beyond the human eye, laws of faith that enhance the human experience
The luckiest person in the world is the one at peace with their soul and humanity. To work in fields that give us pleasure and enjoy our community with harmony.
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