Saturday, April 4, 2015


Winning a lottery or any kind of game of chance is not a sure guarantee that life ahead will be good for you. In the States, I have read of several stories about people winning in lotteries but in the long run, after spending lavishly for themselves and their relatives, and being attracted to any kind of worldly things along the way, buying expensive cars, mansions, planes, etc., one of them ended up in a suicide. If this tricycle driver who wins P59M jackpot still has something in his heart to forgive his wife, who one day dumped him for good because she could no longer stand the life of a wife of a struggling tricycle driver and who happens to be the mother of his two children, he should find ways to find a bridge with her so they can, together, plan for what's life ahead! And he should be acting like Agent 007 - James Bond - because if he is not careful he will surely end up in the hands of underworld syndicates, who must be looking at this time how to victimize him with his millions. Money, after all, is not a guarantee to a peaceful life. He should stay closer to God, so he can be guided spiritually to be  out of trouble!

Footnote: This comment came out in connection with a news item in PDI, entitled, "QC tricycle driver dumped by wife wins P59M jackpot." It came out on March 30, 2015.

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