The keystone to happiness
“Don’t pursue happiness, create it.”
When author Wendy Turner got this fortune, she saved it because it inspired several more life-changing mantras that together comprise a “happiness contract” with herself. For example, “I will slow down and be grateful” and “My actions will speak louder than my words.”
She found all the pieces
“God can heal a broken heart, but He has to have all the pieces.”
That’s the fortune spiritual blogger Kali got from a cookie while she was trying to decide what to do with her life. After struggling for years trying to piece her own heart together, she read this fortune and made the decision to find the missing pieces of herself by devoting herself to volunteerism.
He believed it, and it came true
On December 9, 2017, college student Jordan Richards opened a fortune cookie at a local Chinese restaurant that read, “3 months from today, something good will happen.” Well, Richards took it seriously, marking it down in his calendar as “Fortune Cookie Day.” Three months later, to the day, he got an offer for a job that he could start post-graduation.
Don’t believe in fortune-cookie luck? Steal these secrets from people who seem naturally prone to good luck.