Once in a small town, a man got a paralysis attack.
The doctor said he could possibly be bedridden for a long time. The expenses of the hospitalization put him and his wife in a bit of tension. Their son still had his entire life left in front of him. The son also looked very sad and scared.
The doctor, sympathized, and gave the son a lotto ticket he had bought earlier that day to cheer him up. Miraculously, that ticket was the winning ticket!
He used this money for his father’s hospitalization expenses and his studies. He grew up to get a good job with steady pay.
He asked the girl he loved to marry him and she did. He was now a financially independent man, with the love of his life at his side, and both of his parents in his care.
Thus, the father’s paralysis attack for the son was indeed a stroke of luck.