Who will you die as? A Philanthropist, a pioneer or a poor man?
Honestly, I hope to die a poor man, as I believe we are all too tied up with our stuff and our money. If I work it right, I won't have much at all when I die, and nobody to argue over it.
I have no idea but I am convinced that God does. If I do indeed die as a philandthropist, it will be because I have become successful beyond my wildest dreams...that's still a long shot and time is ticking. I doubt that I will be seen as a pioneer because I am not currently working on anything that would suggest that I have "pioneered" any element of today's world. Thus my last choice which is the most predictable and the easiest one to achieve is to die a poor man. That would be okay because I can tell you at this point in my life just from my writings and interactions on the HubPages, I would only be poor in terms of finances. Regardless of how much money I have when I die, I will be a richer man because I have interacted greatly with my fellow human beings over time and that has made me a more intelligent, caring, and understanding person than any other aspect of the human existence can achieve. In essence, I perfer it to riches. WB
by ngureco8 years ago
What’s wrong with dying a poor man or woman?
by Michael Adewale Olubode7 years ago
Would you date a poor man?
by maja blanca14 months ago
Is it ok that your just a poor man??
by ngureco3 years ago
You Will Die A Poor Man. Why Do People Fear To Die Poor?
by Iliza68 months ago
I am dating a poor manThis man I fell in love with from the first sight. Also he loved me as of first sight so no work on the relationship would be added. No emotional stress.We both want to get married to each...
by alexandriaruthk4 years ago
How can we close the income gap between the rich and the poor?Increasing the minimum wage, any suggestion?
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