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Making your own luck

The man who lives next door to me is about to become extremely lucky. Next month, tourists on ‘walking holidays’ start arriving in the village where we live and on most days, at least one of them will tell John how lucky he is, to have such a beautiful garden. He generally just thanks them [...]
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