But I think we make our own luck. I don't know why but when I really focus on something and do it with a playful almost childlike faith, things do seem to happen.
But it is doing it with faith and belief that is necessary. And that is so hard some days. I also don't know how to describe what I believe in or have faith except as something more.
Or miracle find the lucky people.Perhaps, time bring the people and favorable incidents together.In this case the people think that they are lucky and consider the incidents as miracles to them.
I think it's a miracle no one has argued in this thread.
Well, smart-alecking aside, I have had a small miracle or two happen to me. No real explanation, but there was a feeling that accompanied them. A feeling of complete clarity and peace, and that all is right. Like some unexplainable energy filled the space we were in and then left like a wave going back out to sea. Calm and beautiful.
I don't know that luck, "righteousness", or anything else had to do with it. It was more like a feeling that we somehow attracted the event from the universe; the universe (or God, or whatever you want to call it) delivered and then that was it. I think it happens in even smaller ways that we overlook.
Perhaps a miracle is something we don't expect when we seemingly have no control over circumstances or events. But then, maybe it is really in us to attract this kind of power and all we have to do is learn how to harness and focus it.
Don't know. It's a puzzlement to me. Just ramblin'.
storytellersrus has a nice hub called Emotions versus feelings wherein she quotes Burt Harding. "Pure feeling is the voice of God within".
Letting go of our material needs usually gets us in the most peaceful place albeit maybe not the most luxurious place.
As for luck having to do anything with miracles or events that come from seemingly nowhere...which could be referred to as the poiesis of IS which Harding refers to as Inner Silence which influences the energies of karma, then I have to side with NO.
Luck is a mathematical concept. It is simply an event that brings us back towards or drives us further away from a form or pure center.
Everyone has luck, and depending on the circumstance that we are dealing with, usually an event that plays on our emotional well being somehow, luck can be either good or bad.
Luck can seem like the work of imps or the work of angels. And even that concept of good energy and bad energy is so wide open to personal interpretation that it open up the door to major arguments.
So miracles are a personal observation of spiritual energies.
IMO luck as nothing to doe with it and you can have black magic miracles or white magic miracles.
Maybe it goes deeper into how we think things out. Bard of Eli recently published a good hub on that subject.
Just my opinion and only good until I change my perception of how things work.
Geez...I'm so long winded.
I've had that same feeling several times myself Daniel. Always wanted to put it in a bottle and keep it. But it just went poof and back to normal.
Oh there's not much arguing in Lgali's topics. Everybody just hangs out and shares.
She's too sweet for much arguing.
What we call a miracle is really just normality in a different realm that manifests here in this physical realm and appears to the naked eye. Things that go on all the time that we are not aware of because we are consumed with this physical realm of time, space and motion. We would rather keep it this way because we fear the invisible realms. That is until we need intervention. Nobody likes intervention naturally, because it means we have to admit we are weak and helpless in a situation.
Seraphim and Cherubim (Angels / Messengers) are constantly interacting in our realm and we are unaware of it because they cannot be seen with the naked eye unless they chose to slow down the rate at which they travel and manifest in physical form to us. Normally they travel faster than the speed of light. They have to change molecular structure in order to manifest in this realm.
We can be in their company and not even know it unless they want us to. They often do things to let us know who they are. Most of the time they do not however. We can even eat and drink with them and not know it, as they appear as strangers among us all the time. They can change their appearance at will too, as they have a different kind of body, that of the celestial realms. It is made out of pure transparent light.
Let's say you are in danger and someone is trying to kill you and you have an angel watching over you, with you wherever you go. This one can simply stand in front of you and not allow the evil doer to see you are even there. The thing is, you will not have seen the angel either. But you WILL wonder how the killer could have just walked right by you. This is called being shielded.
I do not believe in "luck" or "chance"
I could say more, but why.
Yes ! Wise not to say more.Even you have not said the whole truth.
Mmmmh, not really.
Anyone can get a Miracle.
Surely, everyone in HP has at one point in their life had a Miracle.
Some people have special aura's that attract miracles all the time though.
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