All over the world, lotteries create new millionaires every week. Nearly all of us have fantasized about winning the big prize in a lottery. When we have some spare time to think about, we usually like imagining these types of miracles. We have seen many products trying to grab consumerís attention with lotteries, bumper prizes and other silly stuffs.
And the most amazing part is, people end up being trapped in their attempt to become rich. We dream about what we could do with the money won in lottery, but we rarely stop to think about what the money would do to us. But what is it actually like to wake up one day with more money than you can imagine?
For most of us, our way of life is closely linked to our economic circumstances. The different parts of our lives fit together like a jigsaw-puzzle, home, friends, hobbies, and sports make up our world. This is where we belong and where we feel at home. A sudden huge windfall would dramatically change it all and smash the jigsaw.
For example, most people like the idea of not having to work, but winners have found that without work there is no purpose to their day and no reason to get up in the morning. It is tempting to move to a bigger house in a wealthy area, but in so doing, you leave old friends and routines behind.
Simply thinking, winning a lottery is always the best part in our life but in some circumstances, it may turn out to be opposite. Once a girl in some part of London won a lottery worth seven million pounds and what else, it brought her only misery. She started spending it so care freely that she ended up without a penny in four short years and of course alone.
Thereís not always a tragic end though. There are other stories in which people have survived the wonder. Thereís a story where a person has blew his lottery win of worth two million pounds, in seventy seven days. He withdrew thousands of pounds a day from the bank and handed it to his friends and strangers in the street. Later he had no regrets about his wasted fortune.
We can see millions of people spending their money in lottery tickets. Maybe they believe in their fate more than they should but the fact is, lotteries are not always going to help out in our life. It actually depends on how we are going to use it. So when you next buy a lottery ticket, just stop for a minute and ask yourself why you are doing it. Do you actually want to win? Or are you doing it for the excitement of thinking about winning?