Adam shared his experience;
It was my habit to think about one question always in my life, even when I was a child. Who’s luckier than others?
My answer to this question changed through time.
When I was a kid, I thought the toyshop’s child is the luckiest person in the world.
But a few years later when I woke up to go to school, I changed my mind and thought our neighbor’s four-year-old son is the most fortunate because he didn’t have to wake up every day early in the morning and go to school.
When I became a teenager I thought the luckiest should be, the actors or athletes. Because in that age I believed fame is the key to prosperity.
Years passed and I changed my mind several times about that question. It usually depended on the situation and the pressure I was involved in. When I was in need of money, I felt that people with money are lucky, or when I was sick, healthy people were the most fortunate ones.
But after years of experience, life proved to me that being lucky in each person has a different description.
So many times in life we reach our goals. We make money or are healthy, but still, we don’t feel lucky, because time shows us the definition of being lucky is completely different from what we had in mind.
I wish I knew that true fortune is “peace”. Then all the ups and downs in life or time passing wouldn’t matter. The world is full of people who have everything, but they don’t have peace, so they are never lucky.