Rejecting the notion of chance

“Wow, you’re so lucky! What’s the chance that you would be in just the right spot to meet the man of your dreams?”

Several years ago a co-worker expressed this sentiment to me when she found out that I had just met a really terrific guy. While I was grateful to have the opportunity to get to know someone delightful, I realized that thinking luck had anything to do with it was a mental trap. Believing this was so would only support the false concept that we live an uncertain existence, subject to the inconsistencies of a mortal life that is sometimes good, sometimes evil, mostly uncertain.

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