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Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

Friday, 29 December 2017

The definition of luck varies according to the philosophical, religious, mystical and emotional context of a person interpreting it. When thought of as a factor beyond one's control, without regard to the desired will, intention or desired outcome, there are at least 2 senses that people generally want when using the term, the prescriptive sense, and the descriptive sense. Some people, despite all the broken mirrors in the world, seem to be lucky. In this selection are highlighted the 10 luckiest people in the world, these lead to extreme luck, making fate seem more than just a philosophy.

10.  Bill Morgan

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

When his car collided with a truck and he was crushed under the impact, everyone thought it was the end of the line for the Australian Bill Morgan, even the doctors. But your luck does not end there. To celebrate his survival, he bought a "Scratch It" card and won a car worth $ 17,000.
When the local news station listened to him and all his luck, they were impressed, and did a story about him on the show. And they asked Bill to re-enact the time to scratch another card, and simply for him to win 250,000 again during the live show. Read more...

9.  Edwin E. Robinson

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

Robinson, blind and deaf, wandering around outside the field near his house (apparently looking for his chicken), with his aluminum cane, and then taking refuge under the single tree when it began to rain, was evidently very tempting for the lightning, which struck him to the ground. For 20 minutes, he was unconscious, before waking and stagger back to his house, going to bed for a well-deserved nap. But when he woke up at night, he found he could see and hear again.

8.  Joan R. Ginther

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

Throughout her life, she won the lottery 4 times, disconcerting scientists everywhere. And it all started when she initially earned $ 5.4 million, only to earn $ 2 million a decade later. And 2 years later, she earned $ 3 million, followed by $ 10 million in 2008.

7.  Tsutomu Yamaguchi

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

During World War II, Tsutomu Yamaguchi was an employee at Mistubishi Heavy Industries, which required him to travel throughout the country. And it was during his business trip to Hiroshima in 1945 that the first nuclear bomb was launched. Miraculously, though injured, he survived the explosion. He then returned quickly to his family and home in Nagasaki, returning to work the day the second nuclear attack occurred.
You could say that made him the luckiest man in the world, but he survived this second explosion too, which is really impressive. Yamaguchi lived a long life up to the age of 93, and died in January 2010 at his home in Nagasaki.

6.  Maarten De Jonge

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

In just 4 months, Dutch cyclist Maarten de Jonge cheated twice by plane. He booked a seat on the MH17 flight, but found a cheaper flight and changed his ticket, while the doomed flight he originally intended to follow collided halfway. He was also scheduled to go on MH370, the flight that vanished in 2014 and was never found, simply to redial at the last moment.

5.  Nichiren

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

During the 12th century, Nichiren was a prominent Japanese monk who significantly influenced Japanese adaptation to Buddhism. However, her life was controversial and turbulent. He was sentenced to death by beheading, and authorities felt that his writings were subversive and would impair power if allowed to spread.
However, with a literal stroke of good luck, Nichiren managed to escape his doom when the executioner was struck and killed by lightning when he raised his sword to kill Nichiren. Nichiren was later released because of the strange circumstances, although he was still in exile and would later live the rest of his life outside until old age.

4.  Terri Preece

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

With the simple act of buying some oysters from the Tesco Network, just like most other customers do, Terri Preece managed to beat the odds of a million to one, and find one of the pale treasures inside. She is about to move to Spain, and her colleagues at the homeless shelter she worked for, made the pearl a worthy 500 pound ring as a farewell gift, to always serve as a reminder of her great fortune.

3.  Anders Helstrup

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

No one faced a complication like the Norwegian Anders Helstrup, when a meteorite rushed over him. And this was not just a story to tell his friends and have them questioning his sanity, that encounter was all captured on camera while he jumped from parachute.Loaded for the internet, this has attracted the attention of the scientific community. And it was later confirmed by a geologist that a meteorite had exploded about 20 miles above Helstrup, and the video made was the first video of a meteorite traveling through the air, after its flame was erased.

2.  Lena Pahlsson

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

In 1995, the Swedish woman Lena Pahlsson put aside her wedding ring to make a Christmas roast. But when she returned, she discovered that she was gone. After years of searching, she and her husband came to the conclusion that the ring was lost forever.
That is, until 2012, almost 16 years later, when Lena found something waiting for her in her garden. As she pulled the carrots, Pahlsson was shocked to find her long-lost ring around one of the carrots, an event so impressive that it made her scream, and her daughter could hear everything from inside the house. Read more...

1.  Frane Selak

Top Ten Luckiest People In The World

Called "the luckiest and unlucky man in the world," Croa Frane cheated death, not one, not two, but seven times. His first battle with death was in 1962, while traveling on a train in January. The train left the rails and fell into an icy river. 3 years after that, in 1966, a bus in which he was slid down the road to a river, drowning 4 of the passengers. Selak, however, swam safely to shore and only suffered some cuts and bruises.And two years later, in what was arguably one of his strangest reasons to almost die while trying to teach his son how to hold a gun, he had not realized that he was unsafe and ended up firing on his balls. He lived, though his testicles did not. Then, in 1970 and 1973, he suffered accidents where the car ended up on fire.
But his dance with death was not over yet. Later in 1995 he was hit by a bus in Zagreb but only suffered minor injuries, and a year later he managed to avoid a frontal collision with a United Nations truck on a mountain road, diverting on a trail of safety. And to overcome his luck in 2003, two days after he turned 73, Frane Selak won $ 1.1 million from the Croatian National Lottery.

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