The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Enjoying luck

There is a serious chance that when trying something, it will work.

Adding consistency, it becomes an approach. It’s called: trial and error.

That is when the error is there to tell us that what we tried didn’t work.

Whereas things that worked probably would best be considered luck.

But usually, people prefer to call it a success.

That is as if that had been their goal all along and as if the used approach was based on a clear intention instead of a repetition of the used effort.

Calling it success gives a sense of control. Luck doesn’t.

But an outcome is never guaranteed.


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