Winning the Lottery

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Victor M. Rivera
Christina
ENG 1250, EOL53
26 January 2013
Winning the lottery
Winning the lottery is the wish and desire of every person in the world. In Fact, it can either make life miserable or wonderful, full of joy. It can cause a change of personality in steadily. But, when individuals that lived a normal poor or middle class life overnight become worth more than they could ever imagine. At that point, it creates life risk, family issues, or even depression. Overall there’s a good and bad side to winning the lottery. Like getting rid of debt, or taking care of your family future. Considering the luck of winning the lottery, there are a few cause and effect to that tremendous change of life which will affect each and everyone in your path of lifestyle forever. Wishing to be a lottery winner sound great but when the actual moment arrives, it will transform each and every person in a different way for life.

“Why is winning the lottery great?” First of all, it can help you pay all debt and help establish a better future for loved ones. But, also can create more debt if you don’t know how to manage your money right. It can help your children future as well by providing better education and a secure ticket to college. In fact, it can be opposite children decided not attending further education or waste the life saving on other unimportant things. There’s even time it can be a life risk. Everyone in the world will know the winner of the lottery ticket. It would also create an uncomfortable environment. Everything will change from being a calm easy going day to having daily reporters at your door steps, having agencies calling to provide there services, or even at same time people will start calling for a part of the money like family members, friends, and other source asking for help. Establishing safety and security procedures would have to be the first step to any millionaire winner overnight. Deborah L. Jacobs, Forbes staff states, “As...
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