You Won the $500 Million Dollar Lottery!! Now What?

Everyone dreams of winning the big one. But what really happens when you do may be much different than anything you ever expected. Take the quiz and see what might happen to you.

Jeseppi Trade Wildfeather
On Mar 29, 2017

You just won $500 million dollars.

Your overall feelings about the future?

Your family soon comes to visit you.

As soon as you win:

Regarding friends:

Your long term goals:

What sort of occupation or business might you become involved with?

Who do you trust?

How do you perceive the more distant future?

In one word, what do you think winning will do for you personally?

Finally, your philosophy might best be summed up in this statement:

You Change The Entire World

You Change The Entire World

Your responses suggest that you possess wise and deep spiritual insights. You understand the world and the potentials for good and evil which are ever present. You know that without a good vision and plan your new gained riches could easily turn into a lethal snare. You appear to be patient remaining open for inspiration and personal growth. No doubt you are extremely excited about these new prospects and wish to share them with a group of people who may balance and help develop a much greater vision and purpose than simply being rich. Your seeking after the truer and more noble wealth will result in actions that could possibly change the entire world. Let's hope when you win it will be for this higher good.

You Live Happily Ever After

You Live Happily Ever After

Your responses indicate a wise and noble spirit with good business sense and a capability of preserving and increasing your fortune. You should fare well regarding family and friends while gaining their trust and admiration all along your journey. It is a good thing when people like you win the lottery because your investments will help the economy and encourage others to improve their lives through generosity, kindness and a good life strategy. Although these things can only take you so far in your spiritual life and growth your will live a comfortable life, see your family thrive and people will have nice things to say about you always. Let's hope when you win you will have the success you hoped for plus some.

You Lose It All And End Up In Worse Debt

You Lose It All And End Up In Worse Debt

Your responses, I am sorry to say, indicate that you are in danger of losing everything and finding yourself in greater debt and drama than you may be in right now. Why? How is this possible? Your choices though seemingly generous reveal a common level of gratification that certainly provides happiness in the immediate, but what happens later on? Instant happiness and pleasure is the same thing that happens every time we buy a lottery ticket. So, we keep on buying them even though we rarely win. This habit and thinking will continue only now the stakes become higher and losses greater. Without giving serious thought to a good plan and vision we soon begin trusting others like ourselves who have little experience or knowledge of the power associated with such a large sum of money. Eventually all the money gets used up, or lost in the potential drama and problems of hurt feelings, lawsuits, greedy lawyers and insincerity. “MEGA” begins taking on a new meaning. Half a billion dollars! Think about it. I hope I am wrong and when you win the big one may you indeed avoid becoming a casualty and continue to prosper.

You Lose Your Soul

You Lose Your Soul

Your responses indicate that in winning you will unshackle yourself from any and all things which may hinder your idea of living the kind of life you choose. You will relieve yourself of the daily grind, whatever that is, and pursue the secret life you have been cultivating in your mind and heart for many years. Now that you have the power, your responses suggest that you may seek to experience whatever it is you fancy without much restraint. In the process you intend to become more shrewd, cunning and bold in your undertakings as you arrive at deeper levels of experience and power. Your new acquaintances will open up alternative avenues of pleasure you never dreamed of and your will engage your appetites to the fullest rationalizing at each step the rights and privileges you are enjoying. Becoming wiser in the more private and hidden undercurrents of life you will encounter dark forces which subtly begin to occupy more and more aspects of your soul and thinking until your life and identity become obscure, and the light of conscience has all but faded away. Should you be one of the lucky ones and you win, and I hope you do, read “Dante's Inferno” during your hazy, balmy mornings at coastal cafe's in those wild exotic places. Consider these words carefully: “What good will it be for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul? Or what can anyone give in exchange for their soul?” - Matthew