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23 March 2006 @ 09:03 pm
My college campus has a magic statue. It’s a longstanding tradition for students to rub its nose for good luck. My freshman roommate really believed in the statues power and insisted on visiting it to rub its nose before every exam. Studying might have been a better idea, she flunked out her sophomore year. The fact is, we all have little superstitious things we do. If its not believing in magic statues its avoiding sidewalk cracks or always putting our left shoe on first. Knock on wood. Step on a crack, break your mothers back. The last thing we want to do is offend the gods.

Superstition lies in the space between what we can control. Find a penny, pick it up, and all day long you'll have good luck. No one wants to pass up a chance for good luck. But does saying it thirty three times really help? Is anyone really listening? And if no ones listening, why do we bother doing those strange things. We rely on superstitions because we're smart enough to know we don't have all the answers. And that life works in mysterious ways. Don't diss the juju, from wherever it comes.

~Grey's Anatomy

-the redhead-
tedeisensteintedeisenstein on March 24th, 2006 05:10 am (UTC)
So, what are your little superstitious things?
-the redhead-theredhead on March 26th, 2006 12:11 am (UTC)
eh - I don't really have any.

-the redhead-