DP Daily Prompt: You’re a Winner
It’s difficult to believe I can ever win such a large amount of money tax free. Since I’m an optimist most of the time, I’d think I really have hit the jackpot. It will take a few months for me to draw up a plan, how I can spend this enormous sum of money.
I’d first donate locally, because it makes sense to help the people in my city who’d appreciate getting some money. I’d pay off their mortgage, build some shelters for the poor. Invest some of it to improve roads. Donate some to repair run down public buildings.When I think I’ve accomplished helping my local community. I’d think how I can help the world outside my community.
There are millions of people around the world who are homeless hungry and uneducated. My winning can help them change their lives. It’ll be my pleasure to use it for those unfortunate people.
I’d also use some of it for all those animals who are dying because of lack of food and shelter.
Thank you for sharing this.
Winning a large amount of money would be something amazing! As you say, one could help many people with it.
All good wishes,
There are so many people I could help.
I can help many people if such a thing ever happens.
Please give me a reason how I can beliave that a realize
It is an imaginative story which will never be true. It feels good to think
I can become a philanthropist in my mind only.
Just imagine.It will make you happy,I hope.
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It’s only make-believe.
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I imagined to be a winner.
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Thank you Zainab.
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I more or less spent my invisible money and loved the thought of giving away what I don’t have.
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I am glad you’re having Sushi. I am also happy for your visit to my blog. Thank you so much.
I both appreciate and applaud your selfless use of such a large sum of money. Think how hunger and homelessness could be eradicated if those with such money thought as you do!!! Thank you.
Thank you Sarah. I know it’s only imaginary money. I know if it were true I definitely would do the things I’ve written.
Thank you Sarah, I wish I was in that position, I’d spend every penny to help the needy.
I think that this is the real meaning of solidarity – in communities as well as in humanity.
It would give me an opportunity to do something good.Anyway it’s only imaginary.
Yes it is.
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I wish you get that money, you are going to spend it sensibly.
Thank you for your confidence.
Thanks, I need your encouragement.