I’mma make this quick!
We throw around and use luck and coincidence like a parent uses the illusion of Santa and the tooth fairy. It’s sort of a way to escape the responsibility and risk of something failing, if it happens too. So we call it luck or a coincidence. Yesterday a good friend of mine posted this quote by Bill Cosby on Facebook,
“I am certainly not an authority on love because there are no authorities on love, just those who’ve had luck with it and those who haven’t.”
I respond by commenting, “Well..somebody great once said love is for the poor. Of course that all falls into the category of what you define as love and luck.”
I’m all for the guns, smoke, and mystical things about love myself, but I believe that every tingling feeling I get when I meet some guy that tickles my fancy, it’s all in honor of something I created and he created that happened to spark.
Here’s the truth of it all.
Either we are the creator of the things we love, or a bystander hit by debri from someone else’s creations. The debri is coincidence and what you call luck. #stardust? I said love is for the poor because, it’s only the people who wait for the magic and stardust to appear, that wait forever.
Does it make it any less magical that the tooth fairy and Santa were your parents? It shouldn’t, they’re your PARENTS! Pretty damn awesome to be related to the tooth fairy and Santa, aka all characters that are AWESOME don’t ya think?! 🙂
Stop and ask yourself. Is it any less LOVEly if you jump-start a connection like sparking jumper cables to see if somethings there? Don’t wait all your life betting on the luck in love; you’ll lose! Get into the game of certainty and create your own luck. Grab the reigns and go after what you want. It’s not safe sitting in the passenger’s seat of a moving car.