Investigative reporter Randall Fitzgerald returned to the show to chat about luck and intuition and the relationship between them.He believes that luck can stem from a person tapping into their intuition about situations, as well as the intentions of other people.
The experiences of intuition, he said, strikes people in different physical ways-- a prickly sensation, a feeling in the gut or heart, or an adrenaline shot. In fact, he noted that some researchers contend that we have "a second brain in our digestive system." And in the nerves and tissues running through that area, learning and memory occurs and this "brain" may be the source of many of our unconscious decisions.
"We all have the capacity to tap into intuition," Fitzgerald stated, as he outlined 5 steps to access it:
In first half-hour, former paralysis victim Kate Adamson and her husband Steven Klugman spoke on behalf of the efforts to save Terri Schiavo, who is due to have her feeding tube disconnected. Adamson has made nearly a full recovery, and she believes Schiavo is in a similar medical state as she once was. The couple implored people to contact Florida congressional reps who have been mulling over a law, but may not vote on the issue until after their recess.
The concept of luck has been viewed differently across time and cultures. Here are a number of proverbs that illustrate the variation:
Bumper music from Thursday March 17, 2005