You'll find two forms of individuals who believe in it people and the ones who don't when it comes to luck. Within this play you have the impression that Sophocles is trying to mention that you could choose your fate and set up your personal fortune but once you have committed to your luck it ca n't be changed by you. Because he also writes of the related scenario in Oedipus Rex I bring this summary about Sophocles.
Creon's fortune develops into him being forced to live through the deaths of his son and girlfriend. You observe that Haeman's expected destiny comes through in the long run despite Creon's attempts to improve his mistakes. Creon decides his destiny by not burying the body, his fate subsequently becomes the consequences of his success.