Angļu valoda atkal klāt. Kurš no Jums pasūtīja lietu? Atzīstieties! Klausos... Tā tā, kad jāatzīstas, tad visi klusē, bet nu labi.
English is here yet again. Who of you ordered the rain? Confess! I'm all ears... So, so, when we have to confess, everyone is silent, but o.k.
Today about the bearers of good fortune
People have long believed in various amulets of success. One of them was a horseshoe. Who knows, whether it is because in the past for the horses of rich people they were forged from gold, and if such a horseshoe was lost, then the finder was guaranteed prosperity, or perhaps for some other reason, but even today, an upward-looking horseshoe hung at the door that looks like the letter U, is a well-known symbol of success and prosperity both in Latvia and elsewhere in the world.
Visa pamatā ir ticība tam, ka tavs amulets to spēj tev dot veiksmi, un nav svarīgi, vai tas ir pakaviņš, vai vecmāmiņas dotais gredzentiņš. Lai ticētu, nekādus pierādījumus nevajag, tāpēc lai šis džekiņš ((bildē)) ar visu savu lupu iet, no kurienes nācis. Nekādus pierādījumus viņš tāpat neatradīs, pat ja visas 5 savas maņas lietā liks.
It's all based on the belief that your amulet can bring you good fortune, and it doesn't matter if it's a horseshoe or a ring that your granny gave you. Belief doesn't need evidence, so this guy ((in picture)) with his magnifying glass, can go wherever he came from. He will not find any evidence even if he is going to use all of his 5 senses.