Have you ever wondered what the fascination is with winning a lottery?
Particularly one that is about money.
People ask each other, "What would you do with ten million dollars?"
What would you do?
When you really put some thought into this question it is not that easy to answer.
Now, I'll ask you another question:
When you wake up and face a new day, what is your first thought?
Are you miserable and discouraged at the prospect of facing yet another day?
Or, do you bound out of bed and thank the Gods (whichever yours is) that you are alive? Do you feel happy, maybe even lucky, that you've been given another chance to live, learn and laugh?
Well...when you wake up, each and every day, YOU are a winner of the Life Lottery!
What you have won is 24 hours, or 1,440 minutes, or 86,400 seconds - depending on how you look at it.
Question is: What will you do with your winnings?
Spend wisely - but spend it all and enjoy your day; maximize every one of those winning seconds because once they are gone - they are gone forever.
Every day is a lottery and if you are one of the lucky ones that actually wins, by waking up tomorrow, remember this:
No amount of money, fame or good looks guarantees a winning ticket in the Life Lottery - it truly is a game of chance.
So tomorrow, when you wake up, think long and hard about how you view your day - just in case your luck doesn’t hold.
May your winning streak continue - for a long, long time!
Pause for a moment and reflect on what is around you right now, and embrace it, for tomorrow it may be gone. Take one day at a time; enjoy the moment you’re in right now, and smile.
Many of us have hard roads to travel, heavy burdens to carry, all while climbing non-stop uphill - but the choice is still ours to make...we can suck it up and smile while struggling, or we can wallow in it and add to our own misery.
Again...pick wisely, today’s moments are tomorrow’s memories - how do you want to remember today!
How do you spend your winnings from the Life Lottery?
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