From time to time, the definition of the word “fortune” changes. We do not have to ask Uncle Google or Auntie Miriam about the definition of the word that sounds really positive. 

Even as a person ages though time, his definition of “fortune” varies. Thus, when I say "I am so fortunate", do not ever assume that what I am talking about is what you think of.

Let's talk about fortune.

1.    Money as Fortune
    Money is everything for some people (businessmen?). When they say they are fortunate, they mean they have sacks of money in the bank or at hand. Fortune can be financial or monetary in nature and in value. Check this woman of fortune!



2.    Gold as Fortune
In the past decades, the value of a person is being measured by the number of gold pieces he owns. The story of Princess Sarah of India tells more how gold becomes fortune, that can be mined through  hard work through the muddy earth. By the way, not everything that glitters is gold.


3.    Health as Fortune
For old people, nothing is more precious than health. Cancer is not fortune. Pain also is not fortune for them. Health is fortune that can be best explained why we take good care of ourselves from time to time, at young age or at older age.

4.    Family as Fortune
Some people say it is okay to be broke as long as their family is not broken. Family is really costless gem. For some, real happiness comes from family. So when they were able to fix their broken relationships with their loved ones, they say they found great fortune.