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WHAT IS LUCK ?
You cannot see, smell or touch it, but we all know deep down that
good luck is something that is both very real and highly desirable.
How many times have you heard someone say that they are having a run of either good or bad luck? Sooner or later we all become aware that there is some outside factor at work in our daily lives. Some call this Lady Luck, Fate, Karma, or even just the X factor. No matter what we may call it, there is no getting away from the fact that luck or the Lady Luck is one of the most important ingredients in a persons life, if not the most important. When compared to good luck, not even great wealth nor noble birth are worth anything if the Lady Luck is not on your side. Without the helping hand of the Lady Luck nothing of real importance can ever be achieved. Lets say you just happen to be in the right place at the right time and get offered the job of your dreams, or just happen to walk into a shop and buy the last scratch card in the box and, bingo, you win a fortune - do you really believe that all this is just chance? There is no such thing as a coincidence or chance. Good Fortune is alive and very real. If you wish to attract more of it into your life consider the wisdom and benefits of acquiring a true lucky talisman.
Wouldn't life be great if the best qualified person always got the job they deserved, or the persons in most need always won the lottery or the two most suited people always got together, married and lived happily ever after? These things do sometimes happen, but only when Lady Luck is present and on your side. It should not surprise you that every lottery winner in the world has either worn or carried a talisman or some other item they associated with good luck when they bought that life-changing lottery ticket. In fact, every successful person in history has carried a talisman or some item associated with the attraction of good luck.
Napoleon Bonaparte was a true believer in the power of talismans and with good reason. Born into a poor family and living at the most dangerous time in French history, he first achieved great wealth and then later was imprisoned for treason and expecting to lose his head at any moment. Out of the blue an order for his release was issued - for no apparent reason. Lady Luck was once again at work. Later in life when asked to appoint France’s most experienced and highly qualified officer as General of one of his armies, he agreed that the officer was indeed the most qualified man for the job, and then said: “but is he lucky?”. Always a firm believer in both good and bad luck, Napoleon was well aware that in battle a bad but lucky general would always have the edge over a better qualified but not so lucky one. The ability to attract good luck is still the most important factor in determining the successful and happy outcome of a persons life.