# Clover

In the flowerbed in front of the house, there is a piece of green grass. I used to be only ordinary grass, but it was not very good, but it was green and green. I go to work every day and pass by the flower garden. I always have to look down.

That day, I saw several students standing by the flowers and bending over to find something.

”What are you looking for?”

”Clover,” a girl with a short hair replied, “There are four leaves, that is, the lucky grass.”

I took a closer look, only to find that the green grass has slender stems, and the top of the stem is full of three heart-shaped leaves, which is very cute.

The boy in glasses laughed at me and said, “Teacher, you don’t know the lucky grass?”

After a while, the class bell rang, and the students did not find the lucky grass and left in disappointment. I came to the office and searched the Internet and found that the Internet said this:

Clover, also known as four-leaf clover, is a perennial herb that usually has only three small leaves and is heart-shaped. Among 100,000 sedges, you may only find one that is four-leaf, with a probability of about one in 100,000. Therefore, the four-leaf clover is an internationally recognized lucky symbol.

One in a hundred thousand! I secretly sigh, really lucky people can find it!

Since then, I have encountered a particularly bad mood, or particularly good, I ran to find lucky grass, but the probability of one in 100,000 is too low, I have never found it.

At noon on that Saturday, the sun was very good. I accompanied my daughter to play in the woods in the northwest corner of the school. When I saw a ginkgo tree under the ginkgo tree, I said to my daughter:

”Let’s find out, is there four leaves? There are four leaves, it is lucky grass.”

The daughter bent over and replied, “All four leaves.”

I don’t believe it. I looked down and saw that the grass was all four leaves. Was we so lucky? I was taken aback, pulled up a grass to observe and found that it was different from the weed in front of the dormitory. It has a green front and a purple-red back.

So I said to my daughter again: “I was wrong. You look for it. Are there three leaves? If you can find three leaves, you are very lucky.”

The daughter was kneeling on the ground, holding the leaves with her little hands, looking very seriously, but she could not find three leaves.

I was immersed in thoughts on the side: Why, where the clover is everywhere, we have to find the four-leaf clover to be lucky, and everywhere is the four-leaf clover, I subconsciously call the clover a lucky grass? And what the daughters have, aren’t those who are looking for lucky grass dream of?

People’s subconsciousness always defines luck as something that is almost impossible to obtain. This is precisely the reason people feel unfortunate.