We are Really Lucky
Luck often doesn't follow hard workThe other day I read a well crafted article on luck. I am thinking about luck and no luck. It is often said that "Luck favors those who deserves it". Is it that simple? We often work hard. We think that it would produce fruits of lucks. Sometimes it works. But not always. And not for all. Often it never work for many.
Definition of luck is different to people of different economic status
Think about the poorest strata of the world population. Do they get lucky by working hard? They work for hours just to feed themselves. Sometimes their hard work can't even get them enough money to buy food and build a basic shelter. Many of them remain starved for days and nights. Many of them sleep under the trees. Many of them make their home on the foot paths of the city.
Luck is somewhat bounded by the socio-economic status
Do luck favors the poor? Their lives remain in the dark forever, generation after generation. How do you reason these facts of hard truths? They and their fortune are bounded by the social and financial disharmony.
We are really lucky that we have food, clothes and a home to live
We are really lucky that we get food, clothes and we have a home to live. We get opportunity to study and work, send our children to school. We have extra-curricular activities. We have an additional life beside our profession. We enjoy reading and writing. We use the Internet. We can write and exchange our views with our Internet friends.
It is my humble thought about lucky and unlucky. By beBee standard, it may be considered as "anti-honey". Will you write a comment on an "anti-honey"?
Acknowledgement: This very SHORT buzz is inspired by a recent buzz of my beBee friend and beBee Ambassador Dr. Ali Anani.