Don’t Be Too Jealous About Lottery Winners
This is a follow-up to my last blog about the poor NYS Lottery loser. I took the stance that I feel sorry for the poor gentleman who decided not to buy a lottery ticket and therefore lost out on his cut of $319,000,000. Actually, after seeing this story on YouTube, I might actually feel sorry for some of the winners!
Here’s a story of a man who won 300 mill by himself a few years ago, and decided to share his good fortune with his niece. Nice gesture, right? Well, stop what you are doing and watch this. This was taken from an old 20/20 segment on ABC, but I think everyone who is seething with jealousy over these “lucky ducks” might want to think twice
There. I hope you feel alittle more content with your “unlucky” lives.
I will leave you today with some great quotes from famous people regarding money and wealth:
“Money is only loaned to a man. he comes into the world with nothing and leaves with nothing”
William Crapo Durant- Founder of General Motors and Chevrolet
“The more I see of the moneyed classes, the more I understand the guillotine
George Bernard Shaw
“I have enough money for the rest of my life, unless I want to buy something”