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superstitions

There are a lot of rules around sharp objects and time-telling devices.
So that’s why Koreans love dreaming about poop.
My palm was so itchy this morning it woke me up. I looked to see if I had a rash or dry skin. Nope. Well, I thought to myself
St. Patrick's Day is always fun and festive, and if you're on your home search, you may be feeling the luck of the Irish. You might not think that finding the perfect home has so much to do with luck and superstition, but for some, it's on the list.
While interviewing a Sunnybrook surgeon a few months ago, the topic of superstitions came up. He told me that similar to the general public, superstitions are common among medical practitioners. Studies have shown that superstitions are more prevalent in professions and circumstances with higher degrees of uncertainty.
They may as well ban red pens from Korea.
Many of my clients ask me what my belief system is regarding superstitions. I believe they were invented to strike fear into people in order to have the power to control them. Over the years, the list has changed but there are always a few standouts and I'm going to give my impressions on three common superstitions.
“If a black cat crosses your path, it signifies that the animal is going somewhere.” —Groucho Marx With Halloween ghosts
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