7-7-7 And Romance

Do you have “lucky numbers”?

  • The year, month or day you were born?
  • The number of children?
  • A series of family’s birthdates?

Many people repeatedly play the same “lucky lottery numbers”, usually without positive cashflow. They believe that these “lucky numbers” will overpower the odds and result in good fortune.

In Las Vegas, 7-7-7 means you’ve defeated the odds and the lord of chance now bequeaths great riches upon you. Triple 7, and you’re a winner.

Remember July 7, 2007? I happened to be in Las Vegas on that date. There was a crush of couples in every church, chapel and Justice of the Peace office, all vying to get married on that “lucky date”. Each believed getting married on 7-7-7 would drastically tilt the odds in their favor for living the life of eternal Romance.

Have you seen statistics on the divorce rate for those married on 7-7-7? I haven’t. I’m guessing it’s probably worse than those married the day before or after. Many of these couples may have rushed to get married on that “lucky day” instead of taking time to create a real relationship.

Nothing like putting your trust in a series of numbers to compensate for working on Romance.

  • Luck has nothing to do with the Romance.
  • Fortune doesn’t bequeath more Romance on one over another.
  • Rabbits’ feet, four leaf clovers and 7-7-7 don’t automatically bring Romance into your relationship.

If you want to have a relationship filled with vibrant Romance, a Romance which enhances and advances your relationship, take the time and do the work.

Instead of looking for a Romantic elixir, begin today 1) learning how your sweetheart wants to be Romanced, 2) taking time to create Romantic Interludes, then 3) putting those plans into actions.

Luck and 7-7-7 are not what create Romance. You do.

Robert, a hopeless romantic

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