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Friday 13th: What is luck?

Dear Friends,

What is Luck? Good fortune, prosperity, joy, happiness... no dear friends, it is none of these things. It is far simpler than that. For luck is about self-belief. Knowing in your own heart, mind and body that you are worthy. That sense of worth is what shapes the world around you. When you believe in yourself, you create a world around that is full, meaningful and brings you peace and harmony.

Do not say 'I am unlucky', for that will simply manifest that reality. Instead, say to yourself, 'I am worthy', and allow that reality to manifest. Some say life is the roll of a dice, no friends it is far more considered and carefully thought out than that. It is your use of your own free will that is the roll of the dice. Take more care of yourselves and your choices.

Luck is merely the word used to describe a life or event that flows in harmony with the person or place. Believe in yourself and allow that flow to come to you.

Blessings,
Master Chou


The above piece is written by Master Chou, via inspirational or automatic writing. Originally published on Master Chous Wordpress blog - September 2013

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