Luck is such a vague concept that it's difficult to explain to children. If you believe, as Seneca and Oprah do, that "luck occurs when preparedness meets opportunity," then the work of parents when teaching children to be "lucky" is twofold.
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The truth is, we can make our own good luck, and it's a lot easier and less messy than throwing salt over our left (or is it right?) shoulder.
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