If you think there is an omnipotent God that’s responsible for everything and is everything Social distancing if I can turn around and punch you in the face you’re too f’n close shirt, then by definition the favor of that one Eternal Being would mean some benefit in life. It’s an incredibly cramped look at reality because the question really doesn’t ask anything other than how the questioner or the people who answer the question define God. I don’t definite God in this way because it’s not asking anything about the Being Itself. It just assumes there is one and It or He has something called Its favor and now suddenly we’re wondering if there’s something called luck and if that divine favor results in mundane luck. So, if you’re at a place where you want to hold onto a model of reality simplistic enough to get answers to simple questions like these, without actually digging into the meat of the problem, then sure, have a God whose favor results in luck, good luck let’s assume.
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Unless of course, it gives bad luck to those He favors so that they favor Him more and their lives less Social distancing if I can turn around and punch you in the face you’re too f’n close shirt. Once your starting point is nowhere, you can pretty much go anywhere. Try to start somewhere, like with some good questions about the fundamentals of reality. Start with what you know. Personally, I gotta tell you, I would probably agree that I was lucky. When something goes well for me I actually do feel profoundly grateful. For example, I wasn’t born into crippling poverty, working a trash heap for food. My parents did their best to provide, and that was pretty darned good. No one beat me up at school or at home. I had friends. I was never prone to any kind of criminality. So yeah, it was a lot of luck, along with the work.