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Friday, 28 November 2014

Your Money or Someone else's???


Read? Rich Dad. Poor Dad???

The most pitiful thing to happen in life is to die as Rich Godfather/ Rich Godmother to someone else who then happily spend his/her money and laughing.

Oh oh  .. that stupid old man/old lady who doesn't know to spend their money!



Remember China Tour guide!

Godson. right?


 

5 comments:

  1. What is the difference between we couldn't spend finish and we didn't spend much?

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  2. Life is always full of ironies and paradoxes. Spend too much you are going to die penniless; maybe an undischarged bankrupt. Spend too little you will regret that people who inherit your wealth instead of gratitude will laugh at your silliness.
    If only i know when i am going to die then i will have a perfect budget lol

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  3. Of course, if you are a multimillionaire then maybe it doesn't apply or matter to you.

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    1. Multimillionaire even higher chance of becoming Rich Godfather/Godmother. It matters Grandson/Granddaughter/Mei Mei.

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  4. Yes! It matters to them but not to you. You can spend on what you want and still leave a legacy enough for them to be grateful or think that "ah ney thia".

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