Good Luck? Bad Luck? Who Knows? by Francis Shaw
William Shakespeare said, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players; they have their exits and their entrances.” We spend our lives playing many roles; acting out comedies, dramas, and tragedies. We dress up in our perceptions of truth and illusion and despite a lifelong relationship with learning our lines, we struggle to play our most important role—being ourselves.
We refer to our life as a journey, quest, and adventure—on stage, it’s a portrayal, performance, and recital—I call it…our Blessing Path and over 16 Acts, I invite you back on stage to prepare for your biggest performance, with you as director and in the lead role.
Before the final curtain descends, you will have answered a mysterious question—is what we experience Good Luck? Bad Luck? Who Knows? and does it matter?
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FRANCIS J. SHAW is the author of Breadcrumbs: A Collection of Spiritual and Philosophical Essays and Pocketful of Rainbows: A Parable of Hope. His non-fiction presents thought-provoking insights into the mystical journey of life and his fictional writing combines a unique blend of history and spiritual storytelling in the style of parables, where he encourages readers to find their truths hidden in plain sight.