Good luck wishes around the world

If you look at the things positively, you will find your own way of happyness. In some counties you can do certain things for good luck. For example Hamsa (hand) brings blessing, happiness,heath ad affuence.

For many years the Hamsa symbolized good luck and success. It has guarding power among various religious.

For many years the Hamsa symbolized good luck and success. It has guarding power among various religious.

Wishing Bridge, Old Jaffa. Touch your zodiac sign and face the sea, your wish will come true.

Wishing Bridge, Old Jaffa. Touch your zodiac sign and face the sea, your wish will come true.

Love lock, Tel Aviv

Love lock, Tel Aviv

Letters to God , Western wall, Jerusalem

Letters to God , Western wall, Jerusalem

Shrine of Saint Thecla in the Mar Takla monastery, Ma'loula, Make a wish and wait for a drop of water to fall down

Shrine of Saint Thecla in the Mar Takla monastery, Ma’loula, Make a wish and wait for a drop of water to fall down

The statue of Gregory of Nin - you shoud rub  his toe for good luck

The statue of Gregory of Nin – you shoud rub his toe for good luck

You shoud throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain, if you wish to return in Rome

You shoud throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain, if you wish to return in Rome

Good luck boar, Florence,  put three coins in his mouth, let them drop and you will have luck

Good luck boar, Florence, put three coins in his mouth, let them drop and you will have luck

Tradition says that if a person spins around three times with a heel on the testicles of the bull this will bring good luck, Milano

Tradition says that if a person spins around three times with a heel on the testicles of the bull this will bring good luck, Milano

You have to walk seven times around the scarab statue for good luck,Temple at Karnak in Egypt

You have to walk seven times around the scarab statue for good luck,Temple at Karnak in Egypt

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