Last Updated on January 13, 2016
Imagine, if you will, that everyone who has bought a “powerball” ticket over the past few weeks had given that $2 to a non-profit, temple, homeless shelter, church, humane society, synagogue, food pantry, school PTA, mosque, hunger relief effort, community garden, or women’s shelter.
“It’s all for fun. Don’t be a buzzkill.”
Greed has been sold to us as a golden ticket out of the lower classes and closer to the life we all subscribe to on the Bravo! channel. If we wish / pray / think hard enough about the right things, it’ll happen to us. Knock, and Uncle Moneybags will answer the door.
Lotteries and Powerballs and Pick 5’s are evil and do damage to our society, culture, and communities.
Like it or not, we vote with our money in the United States. Render unto Caesar what you think belongs to Caesar.
Your chances of winning the Powerball jackpot are one in 292 million. Here’s what that looks like…
I may be a dreamer, but I’m not the only one…