It can only seem twisted if you judge it as twisted. You can choose to see it as perfect.
Luck is really quite a simple thing. When making a decision as to what belief you want to hold when it comes to luck, you have the following choices:
Choice #1: Luck is complete and total randomness. Total chaos. There are no coincidences and there are no scripted events by a higher power or the universe. Reality is objective and in a completely objective reality, there is no such thing as a force that can shape reality. If you get lucky, then that was a complete chaotic event that simply fell into your lap and you cannot willingly cause it to happen again unless you once again get lucky. All people, regardless of mental, emotional and spiritual state have equal luck. Luck is totally and completely out of your control and there is nothing you can do about it.
This choice, however, is ultimately disempowering. It's disempowering in a sense that if you believe it, then there are things out there that can only be achieved with “luck”. But, on the other hand, believing it makes you realize that if you want to get anywhere then you have to make your own luck. People who believe in this version of luck are usually very hard workers, but ultimately they are disconnected from their own higher mind. They have forever blocked themselves from receiving things via synchronicity. They tend to achieve things via a combination of their hard work, self-discipline and intelligence.
There's a more empowering choice though. What is that choice?