Once upon a time;
There lived a wealthy man.
His family told him: “You should donate some money to poor people,
It makes you look good.”
The wealthy guy didn’t like the idea and disliked all the poor people in the town.
Long-time passed, and the wealthy man’s advisors pushed him to give some money to the charity, just for the sake of reputation.
In his thought, paying poor people was a waste, and they didn’t deserve any help.
But now that it was a matter of reputation, the wealthy man had to donate some money.
He poisoned a large amount of money and put it into small bags.
So when each individual opens the bag and touches the money, they would die.
This way, maybe him and all the rich people would be free of poor people’s colossal burden. He gave the massive sack of money to his advisors, who pushed him to donate.
He was very happy for what he did and couldn’t wait for the news to determine how many of those poor people had died.
That was a great idea.
He planned in his mind to continue this until all the poor in his town are dead.
After a few days, the local newspaper spread a piece of strange news:
It is unfortunate to announce that the leading heads of the town and some of the indicators had been dead mysteriously.
And also the rich man’s advisors.
There won’t be any poor or hungry on earth if all the money people put in charities delivered to them. We know so many are abusing these sums of money!
Read “Climbing Over Grit” to find out the root of the story.
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