June 30/July 2, 1995
A maid in a motel is tipped with a lucky (spelled luckey by the client) coin. The quarter leads to wins in games of chance. Unfortunately, the lucky streak existed only in the maid’s imagination.
The woman goes on to think about what it means to be lucky. Would large sums of money really improve her family’s life.
Is luck right? Is it wrong? Does it matter?