We are not responsible for our bad luck or have the right to boast of the successes achieved by our good luck.
If possible follow the steps in the adventures of a pine seed, we would find that some, not so strong, have had the luck to fall on very fertile land and great grandmothers ended up being huge forest of large pines, however other genetically perfect, have not had the luck to fall on fertile lands have fallen into the sea or fallen into a mountainous and not germinating never finished, and the results of both very different seed could have imagined any rational mind .
Taking into account the obvious differences that exist between a pine seed and a human being, can occur similar fates: not well-endowed people can found an empire and other, more intelligent and hard-working, can melt your sole proprietorship.
This comparison between a seed and a human being I have just outlined, can be exposed to a similar fate.
If small fiction comes to be known by someone who needs to assume that luck exists and is decisive, the example may come to be known for several generations, but if this little fiction comes to be known by someone who needs to believe in free will and you need examples of how the fate of any seed or human depends on the willingness to put or find fertile ground to transform small sole proprietorship to a multinational, small fiction surely fall into oblivion ... like that pine seed ditched at sea or landed in the mountains.
Both sides of this little fiction managers act according to their circumstances prevailing at the time of meeting. Pure luck!
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): La buena y la mala suerte.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.901)