|Posted: December 3, 2013, 12:30 pm - IP Logged|
It was his money to do with what he wanted. Most of us would disagree with how he lived and spent his winnings, but they
were his. Bad choices in some people's eyes are what fits for the those being judged. He probably thought he died and went
to heaven when he learned he won. I can imagine how happy he was...and what dreams he had. It sounds like he lived some
of them and then had them taken away. I can't say anything about what he did and where he wound up...hospice, broke and
now dead. Hopefully, he was able to help some people along the way.
His saving grace might be that he was able to experience a whole different lifestyle and taste the other side...usually
people that have been there make sure people that are there have a little happiness in their lives by giving.
I hope he did that for just one person.
The cars, the house, the drugs and all the other expenditures aren't what most people want but he had his chance at
what he thought he wanted in life and wound up right back to where he started. Maybe that was the whole point.
We don't know why someone who wins is allowed to win....luck? destiny? fate? learning experience? Who knows?
I'll be holding my tongue hoping that he was able to do just one good thing for someone that they could return it to others
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