Once upon a time in Dhaka, there was a man named Kashem. He worked as a rickshaw puller, which means he pedaled a small vehicle to carry people around the city. Even though he didn't have much money, he worked hard and moved his rickshaw to different parts of the city to earn a living.
One day, while he was doing his rickshaw job, he saw some men selling special tickets called "lottery tickets." These tickets promised a chance to win big prizes, and the men were trying to get the attention of people passing by. Kashem got interested and curious about it. He couldn't resist the temptation and decided to buy one of those tickets.
He knew the day when they would announce the winners of the lottery. He waited anxiously for that day to come. Finally, the important day arrived, and Kashem bought a newspaper to check the winning numbers. As he looked at the numbers, he saw something incredible – the first number he saw was exactly the same as the one on his ticket! This meant he had won a prize of 150,000 Tk, which was a huge amount of money for him.
Kashem couldn't believe his own eyes. He was so overwhelmed with emotions that he couldn't hold back his tears. He felt thankful to Allah for this unexpected blessing that could change his life and help him escape from poverty. He started imagining all the things he could do with the money to make his life better.
However, this newfound wealth didn't bring him lasting happiness. Instead, it made him think too much about money. He became fixated on the idea of making even more money. So, he decided to use all of his prize money to start a business, hoping to make even more profit. Sadly, things didn't go well for him. His business didn't succeed, and he ended up losing all the money he had won.
In the end, Kashem's greed for more money led him to make risky decisions that resulted in losing everything he had gained. This story teaches us that it's important to be content with what we have and make wise choices, rather than letting greed control our actions.