Why Do Rich People Scorn At, ‘It Is More Blessed To Give Than To Receive’?
I don't think they necessarily do. The world is full of "have's" and "have-not's" who may scorn at that idea; and I don't think "scorning" that idea is something that's only associated with wealthy people. Besides, there are plenty of people who are wealthy and who ascribe to that idea.
People are individuals, and it's very unfair to generalize about how any group of people think, or what they believe or don't believe, based on how much money they have or don't have.
Be they rich or poor, people who would scorn the idea are just not compassionate. I've known both rich and poor who do give as they are able to help someone less fortunate and they are blessed in doing so!
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