Why Winning in Live Draw May Not Be a Blessing You Desired
I should say that most of the Singaporeans has dreamt of winning the lottery. Unfortunately, they don’t know how to handle such an instant windfall.
Another time of the year has come when people in the neighborhood will once again give their fate a chance of a lifetime, going across their favorite lottery outlets. Finally, the most awaited Singapore live draw has come, which has a jackpot prize of S$12 million. For the people to have more confidence in asking theirs gods to grant them this fortune, Singapore Pools has made gaming packages that start at the a very reasonable price of S$10, and will go up to a price of S$228. Not only that, their highest package will give you a grand total of 10 additional tickets.
Without any doubt, all of those who bought their tickets wants to be the millionaire winner. Undeniably, winning a live draw and gaining a huge bulk of money in an instant is a life-transforming experience. Who would not be overwhelmed of instantly winning a huge prize in a lottery? I bet that would change your entire life. Just imagine that you only had spent S$1 on a ticket and would now be enjoying S$8 million, and that small amount of yours only adds to the lottery’s mysterious temptation. If we do the math, nearly the Singaporeans spend as much as S$8 billion a year on lottery. It’s comparable to contributing as much as S$8 billion to beautify more resorts in Singapore.
However, winning live draws may not always be a blessing that one has asked for his entire life. Sad to say, many stories have been told that winning instant cash may become your worst dream ever.
Let me take as an example the warehouse supervisor who won almost S$400,000 in the Singapore live draw, but after 6 months lost his entire money. Without any doubt, surely this is caused by reckless spending on fancy clothes and jewelries, fancy meals on luxurious places and non-stop vacations.
Additionally, you might not realize that your greatest opponent is you yourself. With an entire million on hand, you can easily think of helping others in need, it might be your family, relatives, even your community. However, the problem is that we don’t know how to properly draw the line to ensure that nothing is wasted recklessly.
Furthermore, whenever people knew you have lots of money, this might invite bad people to surround you and you family. The most dangerous part of this is knowing that those bad people are close to you and to your family.
In addition to this, through time, you might realize that you are not just losing your money but also your family, friends and people close to you. You end up losing everything you had.
Another common gesture a millionaire does is giving donations. I have nothing against giving donations but it becomes negative when you are not setting aside something which you can invest in a bank. You would surely be bankrupt later on.
In conclusion, would you agree that gaining a large sum after winning the lottery is a doom? I believe not everything about it. But it could only boil down to proper handling of money and right judgement of the Lucky Man.