Some days are better than others. Some are difficult. Some require nothing of us. Naturally, we prefer the latter.
The hard times provide a long and complicated story. While sweet days can be summed up in one word, restful.
Not much of a legacy can be gathered for the one who has nothing but restful days. Intense hard times will write a lengthy obituary and spark much conversation around a campfire.
Take a peek at the odds in gambling. They cannot fall in favor of the player. There are a limited number of variables in every game, yet those limited number of variables often devastate players
People call it luck. “Good luck” has risen to an almost God like blessing. People believe in luck far more than they believe in the divine intervention of God in every life.
Personally, I firmly believe there is no such thing as luck.
But think about this for a little while: if there was no divine intervention in the lives of every man woman and child, none of us but a very few would live past 30 days. How many would live to be 90 years old?