What I Would Do If I Won A Lottery
Lotteries are matters of mere chances. One does not have to show any skill or intelligence for it. The only thing necessary is to buy lottery tickets. If by the grace of God I win a lottery. I will be full of joy. Some people who buy many lottery tickets may not win any. On the other hand, a blind man buying only one ticket may win the first prize. I wish to try my luck, so I have bought a lottery ticket. I have bought a lottery ticket. I have done it to try my luck. If I win the lottery I shall spend it most judiciously according to the advice of my parents. I shall feel on top of the world and would experience a never- before felt joy.
Pretty much almost all of us have speculated what we’ll do if we win the lottery, and it’s also a classic topic for our early school life essays. All of my dreams and aspirations could be achieved if I won the lottery. At first, I shall give the entire amount to my father. As we are almost landless people, I would request my father to buy some land where he can grow paddy, jute, sugarcane, oilseeds, etc. We shall spend an amount for this purpose. With my parents and other members of the family, I shall first proceed to the temple and make generous offerings as an act of gratitude. If I get this large amount, my parents will be very happy.
Then I shall request my mother to make a list of the most essential things for our family. I like to spend some money on this connection. I shall spend freely for the comforts of my parents. I would settle all debts and make sure they have enough money to live the rest of their lives in ease. Then we shall buy good and tasteful clothes for the members of our family. I shall decorate my parents by giving them shoes, screens, lungi, shirts. I shall buy new school uniforms for myself and my sister. I shall request my teachers to suggest me some useful and essential books which will serve the purpose of reference books in the future. Then I shall donate some amount to my school for the education of poor students. I shall also give some money to society for blind children. The old adage money can’t buy happiness doesn’t seem to apply in our times where there’s a price on everything.
All of my dreams and aspirations could be achieved if I won the lottery. We shall repair our old dwelling house and purchase some furniture and utensils for the house. I shall also donate some money to the local mosque and orphanage. I shall open an account in a bank and keep the rest of the money there. I will deposit the balance money in the bank. The interest in this will be sufficient for me to lead a comfortable life. I shall be really happy if I win the first prize. The money will remain safe in the bank and annual interest will be added to it. All of my dream and aspirations could be achieved if I won a lottery. Thus, I will spend the lottery money.