body, from one just starting to build a career, a life of riches if you will, to one already wallowing in moolah.
So, if you are wealthy or not, if you are like neophyte Kiefer Ravena or big shot June Mar Fajardo, I believe the following could be as relevant and as helpful as umbrellas on a rainy day.
Said pointers below might be of tremendous help for cager Kiefer should he become rich going by his star potential, and the now-wealthy basketeer June Mar as well.
So here: Because none of us will live forever, and we can’t take along anything when we go, here’s some counsel that can last a lifetime 10 times over.
1. Stop being too thrifty. Spend the money that should be spent, enjoy what should be enjoyed, donate what you are able to donate, but don’t leave all to your children or grandchildren, for you don’t want them to become parasites who are waiting for the day you will die.
2. Don’t worry too much about your children, for children will have their own destiny and should find their own way. Don’t be your children’s slave. Care for them, love them, give them gifts but also enjoy your money while you can. Life should have more to it than working from the cradle to the grave.
3. Don’t expect too much from your children. Caring children, though caring, would be too busy with their jobs and commitments to render much help.
Uncaring children may fight over your assets even when you are still alive, and wish for your early demise so they can inherit your properties and wealth.
Some, if not most, children take for granted that they are rightful heirs to your wealth.
But, alas, you have no claims to their money. The above are not actually mine, but were vibered to me by a dear friend of mine.
Embrace the message more than the messenger. Heed them or not, your choice. Life is choices, anyways. HAPPY NEW YEAR!