The funny thing about luck is that it actually does not exist. It’s the thing we blame when we have no other explanations or we just do not want to share the explanation. Let me explain…
You know when we trip and fall – it’s bad luck, instead of ‘I just didn’t see the rock in front of me or my shoelaces were untied.’ Alternatively, when someone says “you’re so lucky (good luck), you always get what you want,” instead of considering the fact that I worked for the things I have, I had a plan in mind and I achieved it.
It’s easy to throw the word luck around just as a quick, ‘let’s-move-on’ statement. Just to pass time. It is just easier that way.
I, myself also can’t explain what it is or why it is. I just believe that things happen as they should given the circumstances that you are in.
I was always told that luck is for the unprepared. As in you say that to people who have no idea what is about to happen, but they hope that it comes as easily as possible. Unfortunately, that’s no how it works. Because of that I got to a point where I preferred to say “I wish you all the best.” It just made it seem better. I was letting the other people know that, I assume they are prepared and they know what they are getting themselves into. Even if they weren’t prepared, I’m still wishing the best, and the best is whatever you put into it, based on fact (minus the nerves – well you can’t control this), not luck.
My point about this topic is that we shouldn’t be relying on good/bad luck. We should share the real reasons, or just say so if we don’t want to. Life just happens as it is meant to happen, that’s what I think. We all have good times and bad times not related to luck.
Let’s truly be #Royalty, not lucky.