Friday the 13th & Superstition

A day of superstition and ‘bad’ luck – Friday the 13th has emerged once again and it’s been keeping us on our toes. Friday the 13th & superstition is today’s topic. Read about it here!

It’s finally arrived – the dreaded Friday the 13th! The day of bad luck or good luck, which ever way you look at it.

Just a quick post today guys, I don’t feel particularly lucky today…


Growing up, my Dad was always superstitious about Friday the 13th and many other things like walking under a ladder, crossing on the stairs, mirrors smashing, but the major one was always Friday the 13th. He wouldn’t leave the house on this day and refused to drive his car because he’d always worry something would go wrong.

Since i’ve gotten older I wouldn’t say I am very superstitious anymore but growing up, my Dads beliefs were also mine. I remember well avoiding to walk under ladders, and letting people pass on the stairs before I climbed them. It was just something we always did in our household. We all got used to the idea of being superstitious about things.

Now I honestly don’t believe that one day is programmed to give anyone bad luck. I think if you are going to get any luck whether good or bad, it’s usually random when it happens – the fate of the universe determines a balance of both good and bad luck throughout.

I would like to hear whether you have any superstitions?

Do you believe Friday the 13th gives you a day of bad or good luck?

Do you have any stories you wish to share of good or bad luck you’ve received on Friday the 13th?

 

Thank you for taking the time to read my post!


 

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-Zoe

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Author: Zoe

Hi! I'm Zoe Williams. I am a mum of 4 children and I am in a happy relationship with my partner Liam. I like reading, writing and various other activities. I like spending time with the kids and now I am here to blog about it.

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