Is luck considered part of the philosophy of livelihood? If we do not know much about sustenance, then we cannot define luck, nor what lies its source, is it from the unseen or from the game of life? Therefore, it is sometimes difficult to differentiate between them, because they overlap and share many intersections, and sustenance is not necessarily money that is surplus to need or property and possessions. To be abundant, good and abundant sustenance, and health is the most beautiful sustenance at all. The adornment of the worldly life is divided sustenance. Only those who are deprived of the pleasure of the taste of children feel the bitterness of their absence. Knowledge is only attained by the rich or the fortunate, and we can enumerate the types of sustenance that we can receive. And we do not imagine our lives without it, but few of us are patient and thankful, having a loyal friend is one of the blessings of sustenance, work is sustenance regardless of what we receive from it, because work makes you feel the value of your existence, and work is the source of your livelihood, and the joy of your home, and work against slow death, so you find in work all the sustenance. And the prospects for goodness, choice is sustenance as well, because the knowledge of choice and its responsibility is only understood by the elect, the elect is the only advantage that God granted to man without other creatures, but his knowledge requires the sustenance of wisdom, the sustenance of knowledge, and the sustenance of diligence in order to complete the leading trinity. It is a responsible choice, and this is not possible for every human being, because it is considered a livelihood. Freedom is one of the dividers of livelihood, and it has no similar or similar taste, and we may conclude the topic of the philosophy of livelihood and its meanings with that folk tale inherited in our oral literature, which is represented by the following saying:
Your world is the day you came to me with your hair
And the day I managed chains, I cut off what Fadi
The story of this saying is that there was a diver who was on board a diving ship at the time of the search for pearls, and the time had clouded them before al-Qaffal. In the hair of his thick beard, he split the conch, and found in it an expensive dana, so he hid it from the nakhatha, and took possession of it for himself, to sell it, and become one of the rich, so he decided to make his own ship for diving, and hired divers and sibs, moving from the profession of a diver to a sailor, but after building and equipping the ship To go down to the sea on her first voyage, while she was still attached to the iron chains, a strong storm blew up the iron chains, and the wooden ship was wrecked, and it became a wreck resting on the sword, so this wisdom was formulated as a verse in many poems:
And the day I managed, my chains were cut off
Glory be to the Provider, the Giver without account, the Provider of birds that become the last and go away, the Provider of people in general, and the One who chooses some of them in particular.