4 Leaf Clover Keyring

If you take steps to  improve yourself, to live longer by eating proper diet and
work out, why wouldn't you also take similar steps to update your good luck and fortune?

People like to think that they are in charge of their fate, but often time luck makes a fun of our best intentions. Have you ever refer that you talk about luck each day of your life? Luck is your inconspicuous guide, here and there bringing awesome parking spaces, a lucky seeing with a new lover interest, or a small windfall. A few seconds of misfortune can unravel years of laboring, while a moment of good luck can lead to life time success and happiness. Luck has the power to transform the improbable into the possible to make the differences between life and death, reward and ruin, happiness and despair. No warning, it can do so in a flash.

So how do you get lucky? Throughout the ages, peoples of all belief have help from the use of different types of talismans as good luckmojo. Good luck charms and ritual are a fun way to make one get luckier. A positive attitude is a great way to improve your luck and attract good luck .

The 4 leaf clover is the most well known lucky  token around the world and across many very different  countries. It is the most common yet the scarce to find. On average, there are 100,000 three leaf clovers for every instance of a true four leaf clover. Luck favors the person who has a four leaf clover. An abundance of all existing pleasures and fortune will comes to one who bear this four leaf clover good luck charm.

Shamrock is not a luck symbol. The shamrock is a symbol of Ireland. It is a three-leafed old white clover. It is sometimes of the variety Trifolium repens (a white clover, known in Irish as seamair bhán) but today usually Trifolium dubium (a lesser clover, Irish: seamair bhuí). A shamrock is a three-leaf clover and they are plentiful along the countryside in Ireland. St. Patrick used the shamrock when he taught the new Irish Christians about God. The shamrock represented the Father, Son and Holy Trinity.