When we are in heaven – Our money is still in the bank.
When we are alive – We don’t have enough money to spend.
When we are gone – There is still a lot of money not spent.
One tycoon in China passed away.
His widow, with $1.9 billion in the bank, remarried his chauffeur.
His chauffeur said,
” All the while I thought I was working for my boss.
Now I realize that my boss was all the time working for me !!! ”
The cruel reality is:
It is more important to be strong and healthy than to have more wealth.
So we must strive to have a strong and healthy body, it doesn’t matter who is working for whom.
A high-end hand phone – 70% of the functions are useless
An expensive car – 70% of the speed is not needed
A luxurious villa – 70% of the space is not occupied
A whole wardrobe of clothes – 70% of it is not worn
A whole life of earning – 70% is for other people to use.
So we must protect and make full use of our 30%.
Go for medical examinations even if you are not sick
Drink more water even if you are not thirsty
Let go even when you are faced with grave problems
Give in even if you are in the right.
Be humble even though you are very powerful.
Be content even if you are not rich.
Exercise even when you are very busy.
LIFE IS SHORT – SO LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST.
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