Pull up to three cards use them as the foundation to express and/or describe someone’s (real or fictional) reaction to winning the lottery.
When the ticket turned out to be a winner, he couldn’t believe it. He’d never had a bit of good luck in his entire life, and then the numbers were called and he’d won. He’d really won! He’d been buying the tickets so long that it was more habit than hope any more, and then his world changed in a moment’s stroke of luck that made up for all those unlucky moments that had come before it. (The World)
The funny thing about habits, though? Is that even when your dreams come true, habits don’t die. They live on and continue to influence us no matter what circumstances change in our lives. And so even though he’d won the lotto he continued to play it anyway. The one percent of his income he’d put toward it for so many years continued… but now? That one percent was so much larger. Having never learned to manage money, over time that one percent started to eat into his winnings… of course so did the indulgences he couldn’t help but purchase now that he had the money to do so. (The Devil)
In the end, he ended up back where he’d been all along. The winnings gone, they had taught him a valuable lesson, but one that he’d learned too late. He knows now that it’s important to spend money wisely, no matter how much of it you have. His bank now empty once more, the wisdom will carry on regardless. (The Hierophant)