Just because your benefit is outsized it hasn't changed the fact one bit that you have contributed with your own dollars to get this benefit. A gift would imply that you had to expend nothing to get the benefit. [Added]Also, the figure you quote is likely the commuted value of your pension as it currently stands. The annual benefit that you quote will be your regular pension entitlement provided you don't opt to retire prior to reaching full eligibility. Depending on how old you are, that could be several years or even decades into the future with the investment in the plan compounding for that time frame. The numbers won't be as fanciful as they appear because the plan is required to be acturarialy sound.
No what you say is all nonsense and speculation which is all worng.