I know you physicists, philosophers, religio-centric moralists will likely cringe when I say the following, which I myself don't believe IN THEORY! - but that all the empirical evidence *I* have encountered - seems to indicate a VERY unbalanced reality - at least as I perceive it.
In other words. I believe in bad luck, yet I do not believe in good luck. Disease - "bad luck" at the most innocuous description - and not the fault or responsibility of the beholder.
Finding a $20 bill in your sofa. Good luck? Nope. Because you or somebody else had to lose it first.
That right there - the whole bad/good relationship is one I clung to for YEARS, even wearing a yin/yang chain around my neck proclaiming belief in and (oh brother!) understanding of this complex philosophy/belief system.
But, as the years fly and the tension builds, I ain't holding on to faith that the good will catch up with the bad. I'm calling it as I see it as it is TODAY.
I do not believe in good luck. I *KNOW* there is bad luck.