What would you do?
Luck is defined as an influence that makes something happen for no particular reason.
A force that brings good fortune.
Some say you make your own luck.
Some say luck is when opportunity meets preparation.
Some say it’s the luck of the draw.
What do you say when you luck out?
I say it’s those times you lift the veil from your eyes and see things as they are. Wait a minute! Isn’t that a definition of reality … realty as luck?
Think about these statements:
“I was lucky enough to see it coming.” It being the problem or concern, and seeing it far enough in advance to do something about it … just in time to avert disaster.
“My luck ran out.” You didn’t see it clearly, or maybe you weren’t even looking.
“Luck had nothing to do with it.” Well I’m not too sure about that. Luck might be the advantage you have because you’re paying attention. Maybe your luck runs out when you stop paying attention.
I don’t know if you can see everything as it is. You’ll probably miss something. But that’s when I use my lucky charm.
My lucky charm gives me the ability to use more than one pair of eyes looking inward and outward to assess risk, reward, benefit, and value; as well as to avoid misfortune and invite fulfillment.
Relationship is my lucky charm.
So I declare that today is your lucky day, and here are 8 ways to make it so.
- Add love to the world. Love builds relationship.
- Tell the truth of what you see, and let it forward the action of your life and those around you.
- Make your speech sacred. Your words create; let them create an opening for transformation.
- Do what you say, and say as you do then there’s no separation between your words and deeds.
- If you don’t know where you’re going any road will take you there. Know where you’re going.
- If you had all the free time in the world, what would you be doing? Do that now.
- Consistent effort brings rewards. Rack up those effort points in the area of your focus, and luck will be with you.
- At the end of the day as you put head to pillow, as your last thought before you drift off to a calming slumber, smilingly affirm, “This was my lucky day.”