Just Got Lucky: Name One Way To Increase Luck in One's Life. Or, is there is no such thing as Luck?
Some say if we are open to luckiness we notice opportunities everywhere. But if we dont believe in the existence of luck/opportunities we overlook them.
“Luck Is What Happens When Preparation Meets Opportunity"
~ Roman philosopher Seneca (4 BC)
There is no such thing as random chance (luck). Everything was planned out before the beginning of time by God. God thought of all the scenarios that mankind could possibly do before He gave free will to mankind. So, "Luck" isn't really luck - it is according to God's plan.
I don't believe there is a force that is lucky or unlucky. I do believe that we call things lucky or unlucky based on how they affect us, lol.
Ultimately I believe what happens to us is a result of our actions (or inactions), partly mixed in with the actions (or inactions) of others, and in part due to circumstance and even a bit of random chance.
The way to make things go more in your favor, I've found, is to take better control of your life and make better choices. I find I am far 'luckier' since coming to these conclusions than I ever was when I believed what happened to me was due to good or bad luck.
by rikabothra 6 years ago
Which one of these is the most important for success - Hardwork, Talent or Luck?It is easy to say all of them, but if you were to choose one, what would it be?
by Mrs Hozey 5 years ago
Is it unlucky to throw away a lucky bamboo?The lucky bamboo I bought five years ago finally succumbed to my black thumb (and forgetfulness), but I fear bad luck if I throw it away.
by jamesroy11143 7 years ago
Do you believe in Luck?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
What is more important- education or luck- to succeed in life?
by Elizabeth99 7 years ago
How do You define luck?First off do you believe in luck? And second how would you describe it to someone?
by Lgali 8 years ago
I think so
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