Workability isn't a chance or random quality. Neither do things work
because of luck. In fact (as Gary Player may have said) the harder I
work at anything, the luckier I get.
There's a particular way in which any given thing or event works which
may or may not be the same way as how I
or would prefer that thing or event to work.
What we want in our lives, whether we acknowledge it consciously or
not, is workability. Yet we don't look to see what it actually takes to
make things work.
Because we don't take cognizance of the
from where workability springs, and because we choose to remain in the
realm of familiarity,
doesn't work. The willingness to regard that as an opportunity rather
than as a predicament is where self-empowerment begins.