Of course that is far from the truth. In reality, a big lotto payout is just as likely to cause more problems in your life, and happiness is most certainly not achieved through money. This isn't some revelation I've recently had. My opinion of the dangers often associated with wealth... more accurately with the love of money and wealth, is nothing new. What is new, however, is my realization that I hit the jackpot. A true jackpot, and it's more valuable than any amount of money*.
I've always known how lucky I am to have met and married my dream girl. She continues to be an amazing wife and mother, and my amazement at what she does day in and day out is rarely expressed to the level she deserves. And while "Mama" is everything I could dream of in a wife, I like to think that many marriages are built upon similar feelings for one's spouse. So while I'm incredibly lucky to have her, I don't imagine I'm the only one in the world being blessed in such a way.
*After reviewing what I wrote, I realized the glaringly obvious. The true jackpot, more valuable that all of the world's wealth, is redemption and salvation. But this doesn't minimize the value of a loving family.