Will You Ever Be Really Rich....Quiz

by LB 8 Replies latest jw friends

  • LB


    I took the test and it claims I will be. I'll be called lucky but I'll be rich.

    Yeah right.....

    Never Squat With Yer Spurs On

  • DakotaRed

    LOL, LB. Have they been peeking through my monitor?

    "You're not born rich and you're not born lucky either. You're modest (too modest at times) and need to develop your talents if you want to make a fortune. Problem is, you tend to be so busy with the practical stuff life throws at you that you miss out on some fab opportunities. Keep your eyes open and your ear to the ground or one day you'll end up more broke than you are now! (Yikes.)"

    As I often say, I am too broke to even pay attention.

    If God's Spirit is filling a Kingdom Hall, how is it that Satan can manuever the ones within that Kingdom Hall at the same time?

  • Waygooder64

    This is so weird! A couple from our town just won 12.5 million and of course it was the talk of the town.I was in the grocery store today and they were there getting groceries.I walked up to them and told them how cool it was that someone from our town won BIG! I asked the guy what it was like and all he told me was it is a huge relief.He was just laid-off from his job and it could not have come at a better time.I love it when people who really could use the break have the luck go their way! They seemed like good people.There was a letter to the editor in our local paper from a reader who basically told them that they should donate a whole pile of money and that this is the right thing to do and blah,blah,blah.I told them to do what they want with the money and have fun.I wish it would happen to me but I`m glad it happened to someone who could use it.

  • Dutchie

    Well, I'm heartened by the outcome of my test. So I'll have to work hard to get my wealth, but I really don't mind, as long as I know its coming!

    "You weren't born with a silver spoon in your mouth, but it seems that Lady Luck is on your side. If you're ever gonna be rich, it'll be through your own hard work. You're a bit cynical (and at such a tender age too!) and this could be your downfall. You're a bit lazy too, which won't do you any favour in the money stakes either. Keep an open mind and work on your special skills - that's the only way you're going to make a million."

  • Englishman

    A million quid is about to land in my lap!

    Toss you for it, Simon?


  • Farkel

    It told me to pay a quid before I could take the test.

    I would have taken it, but I couldn't afford to.


  • invisible

    Celtic has never really had any doubt that he one day could be absolutely loaded. It's the case though of, is this what I really need out of life and what would I do with money anyway? Aye, I've always had this inner conflict, still continuing to this day, to put into practice my helicopter mind and entrepreneurial spirit, or to just buy myself a smallholding in Europe and keep life as simple as can be. Is there any distinction between the two I have often ended up asking.

    This is a real battle in my mind presently. With all the personal development workshops lately, my head is firing up like never before, with a stream of ideas all related, connected upon the same concurrent theme, the next thing is to identify precisely my niche within the marketplace or just chill out, any offers of words or wisdom might help?


    FEAR = False Evidence Appearing Real

    Edited for a spelling error

  • WildHorses

    If you aren't the offspring of someone rich and/or famous, thanks to your determination, flexibility, open mind and general abundance of talent, you're destined to get wealthy anyway. People reckon you're lucky, but when you have a million pounds in the bank (and you will one day, for real), they'll realise much of this 'luck' is down to your ability to grab opportunities and your positive attitude. (Just don't get too big-headed, because you can be and this may be your downfall...)

    Note to self: Never become big headed. LOL

    I don't want someone in my life I can live with. I want someone in my life I can't live without.
  • Simon


    ... no, wait ... "Tails!"

    ... er, no ... hang-on, I need to go back to my decisiveness class

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