As we shuttle around in crowded transport vehicles to get to our exhausting nine-to-five jobs, only to barely scrape enough cash at the end of the month to pay our bills, it’s pretty easy to dream about winning the lottery.
The odds of winning the lottery are around one in 14 million, and statistically, you’re better off dreaming of becoming an Oscar winner or a successful Olympian. However, that doesn’t stop millions of people around the world trying their luck, with around 181 million people in the United States buying at least one lottery ticket per year.
Going from a modest salary to million-dollar riches in such a manner can be a strange experience, but going the other way must be surreal. Mazzi Dumato from Syria had an enviable fortune of $3.1 million and was living like a playboy, but some powerful life experiences helped to change Mazzi’s outlook on life, as he gave away his money for a very good reason.
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