Some believe that people are successful because they are lucky. If they are struggling, they blame it on bad luck. When you see your reflection in the mirror, do you say that the reflection is good or bad luck? When Michael Jordan hits a game winning shot, do we say it is luck? The truth is, if you put in the hard work and practice, that shot is not due to luck but your preparation for that moment. Your lives, thoughts, words, and actions create the reflection that you are seeking in the mirror. The sum of your mistakes is your bad luck, your own doings coming to you. You are the master of your so called “luck.” There is also another factor called grace. That, too, plays a part in your life.Instead of thinking that only luck determines one’s destiny, keep this mathematical formula in mind: The sum of your deeds plus your desires multiplied by the X-factor (grace) equals your destiny. — Satish Daryanani

Michael Jordon makng the perfect shot