God Bless YOU vs. GoodLuck
April 23, 2007 9:48pm CST
When someone will take up a bar exam or attend to an interviw, do you often say Goodluck or God bless you? For you, what is the differences or similarities between this two? In my opinion, Goodluck means may the result of your interview/exam will turns good. On the other hand, God bless you means May God be with you in your interview/exam. How about you?
• United States
24 Apr 07
I usually say "good luck". With so many hundreds of religions even within just the USA, I think saying "God Bless you" to someone who possibly doesnt believe in god (or your version of god) is like saying, "I will cast a spell for your good fortune" to someone who does not believe in paganism or witchcraft. I have said "bless you" (without the God part) to people when thanking them for a kind act but not in reference to an obstacle they are about to face.
24 Apr 07
Ok Designinglife. Lets just put this way I'll just used the word " bless you " if ever the person has no God at all but this will not happenned since im living here in Philippines and most filipinos believe in God.