W is for Wanchancy.
Which means unlucky; uncanny.
I don’t believe there are unlucky people.
The word unlucky has been given a wrong meaning.
If a person loses to an opponent, they say he was unlucky.
If the goalkeeper could not save a goal from entering the post, they say he was unlucky.
If someone could not get into a college because he had one mark less, they say he was unlucky.
But why do we say unlucky?
Can’t we see that maybe the opponent was better?
Can’t we see that the player kicked the ball accurately?
Can’t we understand that there were other brilliant students with better marks?
All we say is he/she was unlucky.
That’s not right. It shouldn’t be like this.
Do you’ll agree with me?
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