Luck in our life:
But Science tells us that there is no such thing as luck or chance in our lives. Law of cause and effect shows us that every happening has a cause. Not a wind blows, not a flower opens, not a creature takes birth, not a leaf falls without a cause/reason. But we are still using the word chance to describe the happenings around us, the reason of which we do not know. When such apparently happenings are favorable to someone, we generally say they are lucky; when unfavorable, we call them unlucky. So luck has two aspects, one has a positive effect while another adds an “un” to the spelling making it negative.
Can we predict our luck?
Now we know that all gambling games are games of chance. As they are not decided by skill, but simply by the happening of something we cannot control, like the fall of a coin. There are two sides of a coin “Heads” and “Tails” so the chances are equally distributed into 50-50 percent. While throwing a dice creates fewer chances of achieving a particular digit cause your chances are distributed into six segments. So the point is that different situations have different possibilities to make an event happen. So there is luck? Isn’t it? But what’s the solution to good luck or bad luck?