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Global Good Luck Charms

GLOBAL GOOD LUCK CHARMS Since the beginning of time, people have connected various objects, numbers, and even wildlife, to luck and good fortune. In the US, horseshoes and rabbit's feet bring luck to many and snagging the bigger piece of the wishbone will make your wishes come true. But what brings luck to people's lives in other parts of the world? TUMI ACORN LADYBUG It is common for people in Peru to hang Tumi on their walls for good luck. Originating from Norse folklore, both an acorn and its bearer, the oak tree, bring good luck and fortune. In many cultures around the world, ladybugs can symbolize good fortune, good news, good harvest, or prosperity. BAMBOO In Southeast Asia and Africa, "lucky bamboo" symbolizes good fortune. HORSESHOE In the United States, hanging a horseshoe in your home is said to bring good fortune. FOUR LEAF CLOVER ANKH RED LANTERN In Ireland, four-leaf clovers symbolize good luck. Each leaf represents faith, hope, love, and luck. The Egyptian Ankh is a symbol of eternal life and i prosperity. In China, red paper lanterns are a common symbol of joy and good fortune. smartling HI!

Global Good Luck Charms

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Since the beginning of time, people have connected various objects, numbers, and even wildlife, to luck and good fortune. In the US, horseshoes and rabbit’s feet bring luck to many and snagging the ...

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