A new episode of my podcast, The Tragedy of Good Luck, is now available.
In this episode, we explore the idea that we rarely know the difference between good and bad luck. Often, what is bad momentarily is capable of creating something good in the future — it has the potential to lead us to people and things we will not be able to imagine our lives without one day. Remembering this is important because it gives us the confidence to realize that potential and to turn our world into something better than it was.
To listen to the episode, click here or search the show’s title, Figuring It Out with Andrew, on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.
Music for this episode was composed by Harold Malcolm. You can find him on Instagram (@haroldmalcolm).
Here’s my favorite quote from the episode:
“In life, things will go wrong that will make us question our worth. Sometimes we will think we are unlucky. However, when things go wrong, it is because we are meant to find something else. One door closes because another one was meant to open. If you are heart broken about someone or something, remember that sometimes when we fall it is because we are meant to see something on the ground. Something we could not see all the way up where we were. Something beautiful and magical. Something we never knew could even be something.”
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Until next time!