Making Luck

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Making Luck

Can we make luck in the same way we make other things like love, fun, and music?

Luck can seem so random at times especially when the dictionary defines it as “success or failure apparently brought by chance rather than through one’s own actions.”

What would happen if we viewed luck more as a result of preplanned circumstances than chance?

In my life, there’s certainly plenty of unexpected pleasures and disasters but, for the most part, good luck feels more like a reward for hard work and generous acts while bad luck often accompanies negative energy.

When you take a moment out of your busy life to help someone else learn something—perhaps answering a post on our forums—chances are better you’ll get lucky the next you need some help too.

I believe a percentage of good luck comes as a result of applying positive energy and the opposite occurs when we expend negative energy.

We can’t make luck but we might be able to steer it in a good direction if we’re generous with our time and energy.

Tomorrow just might be your lucky day.

Will it be good or bad luck?

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Paul McGowan

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