yesterday i heard a big bang on my front door, when i went to see what had happened right before...
me was a big crow that seemed to have crashed right into the window of my front door. is this bad luck?
In some cultures, it is. To some it's not different than walking under a ladder or breaking a mirror.
To myself, however, it's just something that happened. It's not different than rain or lightning striking some miles away.
Really, how can a bird crashing into your door be good or bad luck to you. All right, I suppose if it had broken your window it would be bad luck, if it hasn't, then I suppose it's good luck. And never a mention on the well being of the bird, the life involved in this tragedy, did live or did it die?
No, it was good luck that it was not a census taker, the drug war police, or the IRS.
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