It’s Friday the 13th today. So what?
So you’re stricken with that fear of the 13th day of the month landing on a Friday. If you are, then you have the friggatriskaidekaphobia (ph.news.yahoo.com “Are You Afraid of Friday the 13th?”). Let’s dissect this tongue twister.
FRIGGA was a witch from the Norse mythology who does evil things every Friday with 11 other witches and the devil; TRIS = 3; KAI = and; DEKA = 10; PHOBIA = fear.
They say it’s an unlucky day and if you are not cautious, misfortune will tear your spirits apart. Now how bad does that sound? Uhm, it depends on how you take it.
There’s nothing wrong in being superstitious. Wag lang sobra. Yun tipong hindi ka maliligo kasi Friday the 13th at magkakasakit ka pag nagkataon. Eto pa isa. Pag nakasalubong ka ng funeral procession sa daan, mamamatay ka kinabukasan. Heck. Sure thing?
These are just superstitious beliefs. Superstition is a credulous belief or notion, not based on reason, knowledge, or experience.
(en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superstitious_beliefs) Paniniwalang walang basehan, pawang kathang isip lamang?
Everything happens for a reason. Sobrang gasgas na ng linyang ito and I personally believe in it. If something out of misfortune happened to you today, it’s not because it’s Friday the 13th. It’s because that event was meant to happen today. It could happen tomorrow or any other day but it was planned to occur today as “written” on our “book of fate”.
May mga taong likas na nakaka-attract ng swerte. Kung meron nga, paniguradong may mga tao ding lapitin talaga ng malas. Nagkakataon lang ba o nakaguhit na rin yun sa kanilang palad?
Just make the most out of this day. Actually, every single day that will come to you. Do what you have to do and just live life the way you want it.
Friday the 13th is just like any other Fridays of the month. Yesterday was Thursday… tomorrow is Saturday and Sunday comes afterwards. Haha. Thanks for that, Rebecca Black!