A day of unfortunate events
There is a belief that if something happens one, it’s just luck. If it happens twice, it may be a coincidence. But if it is repeated, then you need to look into it.
It’s sort of how it goes with various days of the week. We all have one specific day which we associate with bad luck or a series of things just not going our way.
For most it’s a Monday, which is usually an OK day until it upsets you.
You realise how your day will go from the way you wake up. Fighting with your alarm clock doesn’t count, because you do that almost every day.
If you’re forced to jump out of bed though – most often on account of a deafening noise or a bell ringing – then your entire mood is unavoidably affected.
Wishful thinking isn’t always enough. Wishing you’d win the lottery won’t help if you don’t play at all. The law of attraction, however, may have something to do with it all, even if it is the negative thoughts that get realised more often than not.
But some days, no matter how much you struggle to keep an optimistic scope on things, life has a way of laughing at your face at how many incidents can be overturned in one single day.
It’s difficult to find something positive to turn events around when you’re constantly bombarded from all over. But the things is, when you do; when you manage to stay strong; you’ll get rewarded for it.
“This is the best day the world has ever seen. Tomorrow will be better” – R. A. Campbell