Would you rather be rich or lucky?

Personally, I’d rather be lucky.

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11 Comments

  • At 2009.02.15 18:06, Brownie said:

    lucky tab3an coz then i would be rich 😉

    • At 2009.02.15 19:05, Green Data said:

      Healthy, Lucky, Smart, then Rich

      • At 2009.02.15 20:05, mona said:

        You always make me think Jessy. I gotta go with lucky. You could be rich and lose it all in a day. Lucky’s better.

        • At 2009.02.15 20:34, Hesham said:

          Lucky is the considered choice in this matter, but I think that we don’t need luck!

          we need to be in the right way, work hard!
          Thanks, nice post!

          • At 2009.02.16 10:34, inas said:

            i want to feel lucky all the time by lucky i mean to appreciate what i have

            • At 2009.02.16 12:41, jessyz said:

              @Brownie: heheh you have to choose one or the other.
              @Green Data: greed! Just one.
              @mona: that’s the point to get you all to think. hehe
              @Hesham: I think we always need a little luck.
              @inas: that’s a nice definition of luck.

              • At 2009.02.16 13:12, Nerro said:

                I would go for lucky 😀

                • At 2009.02.17 07:06, Cesario said:

                  I’d rather be resourceful, that way I can make my own luck and wealth.

                  • At 2009.02.17 07:43, jessyz said:

                    @Nerro: Bravo girl!
                    @Cesario: No fun! You have to choose!

                    • At 2009.02.18 01:37, FupDuckTV said:

                      Ralph Waldo Emerson: “Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect.” I’m not sure I agree with Mr. Emerson, but his statement has merit.

                      I personally would pick Lucky. Rich comes from hard work and strong vision. Being lucky never hurts.

                      • At 2009.02.19 01:30, jessyz said:

                        @FupDuckTV: Emerson is right of course, but the question was more of a hypothetical one. It’s so much fun asking questions, most answers are entertaining and insightful.