Every time we face a new challenge or a new undertaking, driven by our passion or our instinct, it is as if we set out to sail on the sea. And even if we know our boat very well and we have sailed many routes, we also know that the sea can change and hide treasures as well as dangers. For this reason, every time that we set out to sea, just like sailors we need luck. But sailors’ luck is a blindfolded goddess that sometimes is generous with those at sea and gives them the right winds, blowing away the storms and leading to the discovery of new lands that aren’t on the map. There are no pagan or religious rituals to ingratiate oneself to her, she is a blindfolded goddess, but whoever remains on the safety of the pier will surely never meet her.