Saturday, 4 June 2011
SUPERSTITION IN THR WORLD
Do you know what is superstition. Superstition is irrational bbelief that from the past of present influence that really ridiculous in a world including Malysia having some people that belief it. Superstitions are thus a way of attempting to regain control over events in one's life. Additionally, while some superstitions seem more widespread like the connection of mirros to the soul, others a specific others a specific to certain cultres or occupation.
For the example some superstition in the world is a the number thirteen is considered by many in western society to be innerently unlucky whereas in Japan the number four is often considered unlucky. Some supertitions, notably tke connection between mirros and thr soul, are however found to be almost universal, or at least a universal experience and interest in such as cases. While most supertitions are harmless, and even may be helpful in encouraging people to achieve their goals, attributing results to an unrealated cause if it leads to a lack of responsibility on the part of the person can be somewhat doubious. Understanding the true cause of phenomena is the deepest desire of human beings, and people should not abandon that endeavor in favor of superstition.
A large of superstitions are of the " if you do x, then bad luck will follow " variety. Walking under a ladder, opening an umbrella indoors, spilling salt, and putting now shoes on the table are all examples of actions that will cause bad kuck. In some cases, it is possible to "undo" the action a protect againt bad luck. Crossing one's fingers while walking under a ladder, and throwing salt over the left shoulder after spilling it are often thought to nullify the bad luck.