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Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 6:24pm On Mar 20, 2018
Is money really the answer to everything as we Nigerians tend to believe? - "Get rich or die trying"

The following men were all successful businessmen who committed suicide. The millions in their bank accounts did nothing to ease their suffering…

So, how do we explain that?

Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide

by Julian Crowley

We live in a society filled with dreams and aspirations of wealth, a society that likes to believe that money will bring with it happiness and success. 
The following men were all successful businessmen who committed suicide. The millions in their bank accounts did nothing to ease their suffering…

10. Jonathan Wraith

Thirty-five-year-old Jonathan Wraith — a young British millionaire by virtue of selling his and his father’s portable cabin business for £30 million ($46 million) — was by all accounts a happy and well-adjusted young man. However, in 2009 he picked up his shotgun and shot himself, leaving no suicide note. No clear reason could be found for Wraith’s action, but there has been some speculation that he was extremely worried about his father David’s recent stroke. It seems that this may have proven too much for the young man to take.

9. Eli M. Black

Eli M. Black, whose death was immortalized on screen in the Coen Brothers comedy The Hudsucker Proxy, was a Jewish-American businessman and millionaire controller of the United Brands Company. An astute and forward thinking capitalist, Black’s career included stints with Lehman Brothers and then the American Seal-Kap Company, which he renamed AMK. The early ’70s saw AMK merge with United Fruit Company. With that, Black’s fate was sealed. His downfall was rooted in the discovery of his $2.5 million bribe offered to the President of Honduras, to reduce export taxes on bananas. Taking matters into his own hands before the scandal broke, Black climbed the 44 floors of his office building and leapt out onto crowded Park Avenue to the horror of onlookers below.

8. Huibert Boumeester

At 49, father-of-two Huibert Boumeester took his own life after becoming seriously depressed in the fallout of the £50 billion ($77 billion) takeover of ABN Amro by the Royal Bank of Scotland. The Dutch millionaire banker’s body was discovered in a woodland area several miles away from his home in London. A suicide note to his wife Frederique that was found on his body read that he could not “go on.” The coroner confirmed that Mr. Boumeester had ended his life while depressed, explaining: “He drove to a very isolated location in woodland, sat down and used the shotgun to end his own life.”

7. Christopher Foster

In August 2008, Christopher Foster, a 50-year-old British businessman, murdered his wife and daughter before burning down his house and killing himself. The businessman shot his wife Jillian and daughter Kirstie, prior to succumbing to smoke inhalation. Foster, wealthy by virtue of his company’s work creating oil rig insulation technology, was nevertheless beset by financial concerns. Despite being a millionaire residing in a five-bedroom country mansion, he was living beyond his means, with debts of £4 million ($6.2 million). It seems that, tragically, these financial worries may well have pushed him over the edge.

6. John Lawrenson

John Lawrenson was a successful businessman who lived in a £1.2 million ($1.8 million) mansion (the Old Rectory, above). He was healthy and seemingly happy, and had earned the right to enjoy the profits from a lucrative life in the publishing world. This all would have been fine, except for one thing: his beloved wife Caroline was dying of cancer. The devoted couple, married for 47 years, poisoned themselves with a substance bought via mail order from Mexico. A suicide note found near their bodies confirms the truth: Mr. Lawrenson could not bear the thought of living alone and decided to take the matter into his own hands.

5. Wayne Pai

Wayne Pai was a successful Taiwanese businessman, and founder and chairman of the securities broker the Polaris Group. In the wake of rumors of insider trading, the nevertheless well respected Pai was found dead in July 2008. His wife and members of Polaris’ staff flew to the outlying island of Penghu to assist police with their inquiries. Pai’s suicide came at a time when allegations were being made that a former president of National Chiao Tung University had been receiving regular payments from Polaris. Pai’s body was found floating in waters surrounding the outlying island.

4. Paul Castle

Paul Castle — a self-styled businessman and property tycoon who had met the Queen of England and played polo with Prince Charles — killed himself in 2010. The 54-year-old threw himself in front of a London Underground train, leaving no chance of survival. The businessman, described as a “workaholic,” had seen several property deals go awry over the last year of his life and had also lost capital in a gas and oil surveying company. Castle, who suffered from chronic heart problems and tumors, had been married three times and was due to be wedded for a fourth time, to his girlfriend Natalie Theo.

3. Peter Smedley

Peter Smedley was an enormously successful millionaire hotelier and businessman with a tinned food empire that provided him with a sizable income. He and his wife Christine — who had been married for 33 years — enjoyed a luxurious lifestyle befitting of their riches. However, Mr. Smedley was also an extremely ill man, suffering from motor neurone disease. He ended his life by his own volition, at an assisted dying organization, the Dignitas clinic, in Switzerland. In a further twist to the story, Mr. Smedley’s death was filmed by the BBC, with segments televised as part of documentary about assisted suicides.

2. Howard Worthington

In an alarming case of destructive emotion, self-proclaimed “lord of the manor” millionaire Howard Worthington shot himself with one of his prized shotguns just moments after shooting his lover Julie Rees. The 52-year-old English former businessman, who made his fortune in the steel industry, had been ordered to stay away from his £1.3 million ($2 million) country home after threatening her with a gun a few weeks prior. While Rees recovered, Worthington did not. Verdict: suicide.

1. ReiJane Huai

Long Island resident and computer software high flyer ReiJane Huai killed himself with a single shot in September 2011. The former president and CEO of FalconStor, a data storage company, had resigned suddenly in 2010 following a lawsuit filed against him. The millionaire committed suicide on the front lawn of the $2.5 million home he shared with his wife, ShuWen. The Taiwanese-born Huai — who had traveled to the USA to study in 1984 — had several adult children living in the US and was described as a “visionary and leader” by a FalconStor spokesman.

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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by BiadeFolar(m): 6:33pm On Mar 20, 2018
n African can't be there. It's either his village people kill him or over joy kill him... Poor African man no wan die sef talkleesd of the rich ones

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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 6:43pm On Mar 20, 2018
BiadeFolar:
An African can't be there. It's either his village people kill him or over joy kill him... Poor African man no wan die sef talkleesd of rich ones
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 6:47pm On Mar 20, 2018
BiadeFolar:
An African can't be there. It's either his village people kill him or over joy kill him... Poor African man no wan die sef talkleesd of rich ones

Luxury is an addictive drug

The frugal blogger Mr. Money Mustache tells us that luxury is weakness. Luxury is an addictive drug. Until we understand this, it has the power to ruin our lives.

I remember driving my brand new luxury sports car and noticing that my identity was becoming tied up with the car. I realized that this super-expensive car would wear out and then I would need to buy another one. To keep my identity, I would need to keep generating a lot of money. It was like having a drug habit. The car didn't make me feel that good, but the idea of not having the car felt lame. So I realized that I would need to keep having that fix to feel normal.

This process of getting the drug to get back to normal is a common experience for drug addicts. Also, tolerance to the drug increases with abuse over time. An amount of the drug that was once satisfying starts to not have the desired effect. We find that we need more and more of the substance or experience to get back to normal.

The problem is that, as the U2 lyric goes, "You can never get enough of what you don't really need." Once you have the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, you start wishing for a Bentley Bentayga. The more luxury you have, the more luxury you need, but luxury never really satisfies the itch that it promises to scratch.

Horacio Villalobos | Getty Images

Bentley Bentayga SUV and Mulsanne Speed

Luxury makes us feel successful, that we are winning at the game of life, that we are not only surviving, but thriving. Like an opioid in our brains, luxury locks into our survival receptors. The irony is that purchasing luxury, and being dependent on it for our sense of self and wellbeing, leads to us depleting the very resources that we actually need for survival.

It turns out that having the discipline to live frugally, to invest rather than spend, to mend and make do, and to be able to live for longer and longer periods of time without having to work, are true measures of wealth. Deeply enjoying whatever it is you're experiencing right now is the ultimate wealth.

The people who are on the nine-to-five treadmill, working to pay for luxury cars to drive for two hours per day to and from work, are really on a luxury treadmill. These people are addicted to luxury.

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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by SamgoldBaba: 6:50pm On Mar 20, 2018
BiadeFolar:
An African can't be there. It's either his village people kill him or over joy kill him... Poor African man no wan die sef talkleesd of rich ones
Na so african blood thick for una body lol
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by CsRockefeller(m): 7:12pm On Mar 20, 2018
Nice information, lalastica pls move to FP
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 7:17pm On Mar 20, 2018
angry

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Almost all of them were killed by their love for money directly or indirectly.

When you're rich how do you cope with depression??




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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 7:21pm On Mar 20, 2018
CsRockefeller:
Nice information, lalastica pls move to FP

Being wealthy is a full-time job

There's a foolish impression that once you have a lot of money, you can kick back and relax. To some degree this is true. You can have more choice, and you can buffer situations in your life to some degree. However, once you have assets you have to manage them, protect them, and maintain them. You need to worry about being sued, so you need insurance. You need to hire people to do stuff for you, and you need to manage them. Delegation is really hard.

If you're not careful, you will make your life more complex, with more things, and more activities. Perhaps you will use spending money and buying things as a cheap way of avoiding self-awareness. Perhaps you will become obsessed with hoarding your money and maximizing its growth.

Some people become very suspicious of other people, not trusting that they really have friends, thinking that others are trying to get at their wealth. Even with the best intentions, others will seek funding and support from you. They want you to invest in their businesses and projects. They want to borrow money. All of this is a massive strain on your ability to be aware of your boundaries, and avoid being co-dependent or enabling.

It's really challenging being wealthy. Approach with caution.

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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Faceville: 7:24pm On Mar 20, 2018
Most of them were in depth..




It means Leaving in minus. grin
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 7:26pm On Mar 20, 2018
OrestesDante:
angry

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Almost all of them were killed by their love for money directly or indirectly.

When you're rich how do you cope with depression??




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Follow the path of least resustance

I remember spending all day sitting next to one of the founders of the company. He was a grey-haired, old-timer of Sun Microsystems, yet a trail-blazer in the new realm of synthesizing computer logic in chips. He was the VP of Engineering at this little start-up. He’s now a mega-millionaire, perhaps even a billionaire.

We worked effortlessly, seemingly endlessly, late into the night. I showed him test-cases that my random 3D triangle generator had produced, which broke his graphics engine, making it behave differently from our model. He fixed the bugs, while I watched him code. I learned so much from him about being a principled engineer, about how to create quality code. I was so excited about what we were doing that I couldn’t stop working.

I won’t go into the details here, but I continued to follow this flow of excitement and enthusiasm, and it led me to becoming an employee of that start-up, making a ton of money, and gaining masses of experience.

I didn’t apply this principle in all areas of my life back then, so I only experienced the benefits of it in a small domain: my career. Later on, I also become fearful of losing what I had, and started to make choices that were not in alignment with the path of least resistance. These choices led to much less beneficial outcomes.

I have been learning more each day how to notice when I am experiencing resistance, where the path of least resistance is, and then flowing with that. I am learning to keep on pivoting, no matter how much success I have achieved, into the next path of least resistance.

Some people say, “follow your bliss.” I always found this statement irritating. A statement that resonates much more strongly for me is, “trust your good feelings.” Trust your excitement, your enthusiasm, your happiness, your playfulness, and your curiosity. All of these feelings are associated with flow, with the flow of your energy. When you engage with them, everything in your life will flow more easily.

When you perseverate on the thoughts that lead to unpleasant feelings, and you take actions in an attempt to stop those unpleasant feelings, it generally leads to less adaptive outcomes. Unpleasant feelings include fear, anger, loneliness, and jealousy. Bring yourself back to asking “what would I like?” and then notice where your pleasant, flowing feelings lead you. Trust those feelings.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 7:30pm On Mar 20, 2018
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Oga how fr na?
why you dey quote people with lengthy talk.


If your talk never finish create a new thread. I hate lengthy talks




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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 7:36pm On Mar 20, 2018
OrestesDante:
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Oga how fr na?
why you dey quote people with lengthy talk.


If your talk never finish create a new thread. I hate lengthy talks




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Bill Gates and Warren Buffet have the same definition of success, and it has nothing to do with wealth.

Though Bill Gates and Warren Buffettare worth $86.4 billion and $76.8 billion respectively, the two friends have the same definition of success, and it's one that has nothing to do with wealth.

In a Reddit Ask Me Anything session on Monday, Gates replies to the question, "What is your idea of success?" by citing his friend: "Warren Buffett has always said the measure is whether the people close to you are happy and love you."
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 7:38pm On Mar 20, 2018
ameri9ja:


Bill Gates and Warren Buffet have the same definition of success, and it has nothing to do with wealth.

Though Bill Gates and Warren Buffettare worth $86.4 billion and $76.8 billion respectively, the two friends have the same definition of success, and it's one that has nothing to do with wealth.

In a Reddit Ask Me Anything session on Monday, Gates replies to the question, "What is your idea of success?" by citing his friend: "Warren Buffett has always said the measure is whether the people close to you are happy and love you."


angry

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Huh.... Water don pass gaari for your situation.



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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 7:46pm On Mar 20, 2018
OrestesDante:


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Huh.... Water don pass gaari for your situation.



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Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'Don't work for money ... you will never be happy'

Apple CEO Tim Cook has some advice for college students obsessed only with pursuing a career for the paycheck: Think different.

"My advice to all of you is, don't work for money — it will wear out fast, or you'll never make enough and you will never be happy, one or the other," Cook says.

"You have to find the intersection of doing something you're passionate about and at the same time something that is in the service of other people," he says.

"I would argue that, if you don't find that intersection, you're not going to be very happy in life."
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 7:49pm On Mar 20, 2018
angry
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Shey you know say na so craze dey start?
Online craze!



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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Dontquit: 8:12pm On Mar 20, 2018
BiadeFolar:
An African can't be there. It's either his village people kill him or over joy kill him... Poor African man no wan die sef talkleesd of rich ones

Amaka why??

Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by press005: 8:14pm On Mar 20, 2018
ameri9ja:


Luxury is an addictive drug

The frugal blogger Mr. Money Mustache tells us that luxury is weakness. Luxury is an addictive drug. Until we understand this, it has the power to ruin our lives.

I remember driving my brand new luxury sports car and noticing that my identity was becoming tied up with the car. I realized that this super-expensive car would wear out and then I would need to buy another one. To keep my identity, I would need to keep generating a lot of money. It was like having a drug habit. The car didn't make me feel that good, but the idea of not having the car felt lame. So I realized that I would need to keep having that fix to feel normal.

This process of getting the drug to get back to normal is a common experience for drug addicts. Also, tolerance to the drug increases with abuse over time. An amount of the drug that was once satisfying starts to not have the desired effect. We find that we need more and more of the substance or experience to get back to normal.

The problem is that, as the U2 lyric goes, "You can never get enough of what you don't really need." Once you have the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, you start wishing for a Bentley Bentayga. The more luxury you have, the more luxury you need, but luxury never really satisfies the itch that it promises to scratch.

Horacio Villalobos | Getty Images

Bentley Bentayga SUV and Mulsanne Speed

Luxury makes us feel successful, that we are winning at the game of life, that we are not only surviving, but thriving. Like an opioid in our brains, luxury locks into our survival receptors. The irony is that purchasing luxury, and being dependent on it for our sense of self and wellbeing, leads to us depleting the very resources that we actually need for survival.

It turns out that having the discipline to live frugally, to invest rather than spend, to mend and make do, and to be able to live for longer and longer periods of time without having to work, are true measures of wealth. Deeply enjoying whatever it is you're experiencing right now is the ultimate wealth.

The people who are on the nine-to-five treadmill, working to pay for luxury cars to drive for two hours per day to and from work, are really on a luxury treadmill. These people are addicted to luxury.


wowww, very educating.....kudos bro

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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by CsRockefeller(m): 9:01pm On Mar 20, 2018
ameri9ja:


Being wealthy is a full-time job

There's a foolish impression that once you have a lot of money, you can kick back and relax. To some degree this is true. You can have more choice, and you can buffer situations in your life to some degree. However, once you have assets you have to manage them, protect them, and maintain them. You need to worry about being sued, so you need insurance. You need to hire people to do stuff for you, and you need to manage them. Delegation is really hard.

If you're not careful, you will make your life more complex, with more things, and more activities. Perhaps you will use spending money and buying things as a cheap way of avoiding self-awareness. Perhaps you will become obsessed with hoarding your money and maximizing its growth.

Some people become very suspicious of other people, not trusting that they really have friends, thinking that others are trying to get at their wealth. Even with the best intentions, others will seek funding and support from you. They want you to invest in their businesses and projects. They want to borrow money. All of this is a massive strain on your ability to be aware of your boundaries, and avoid being co-dependent or enabling.

It's really challenging being wealthy. Approach with caution.

Well said bro, well said. cool
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 9:33pm On Mar 20, 2018
OrestesDante:
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Shey you know say na so craze dey start?

Online craze!


U got a point


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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 9:40pm On Mar 20, 2018
press005:


wowww, very educating.....kudos bro

Thanks, bro.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 9:49pm On Mar 20, 2018
CsRockefeller:


Well said bro, well said. cool

Thanks, bro.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 9:56pm On Mar 20, 2018
OrestesDante:
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Shey you know say na so craze dey start?

Online craze!





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Really? You talking from experience or just guessing
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 11:53pm On Mar 20, 2018
OrestesDante:
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Shey you know say na so craze dey start?

Online craze!
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Here's an interesting one I missed.
WHAT'S WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE??!!

German tycoon Adolf Merckle commits suicide

Merckle, who was the world’s 94th-richest person in 2008 according to Forbes magazine, spent his life building a business conglomerate with about 100,000 employees.

The empire was poised to come crashing down after his family made wrong-way bets on skyrocketing Volkswagen shares.

The family has been under pressure to sell some assets or seek bridging loans and has been in talks with banks for weeks.

“The desperate situation of his companies caused by the financial crisis, the uncertainties of the last few weeks and his powerlessness to act, have broken the passionate family entrepreneur and he took his own life,” a family statement said.

The 74-year-old industrialist died when a train struck him late on Monday, said prosecutors in the southern German town of Ulm, near Merckle’s home.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 2:20am On Mar 21, 2018
Money is good but when you become a slave to money that's when it becomes bad.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 5:38am On Mar 21, 2018
probably it was too much for them to handle.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 7:43am On Mar 21, 2018
lefulefu:
Money is good but when you become a slave to money that's when it becomes bad.

But that's the thing

1) You can't have lots of money without showing it off, unless everybody knows u have it.
2) You can't have lots of money without society forcing u into trying to maintain having it.
Those two things make u a slave to it.

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Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 8:16am On Mar 21, 2018
ameri9ja:


But that's the thing

1) You can't have lots of money without showing it off, unless everybody knows u have it.
2) You can't have lots of money without society forcing u into trying to maintain having it.
Those two things make u a slave to it.
there are eccentric millioniares around who dont necessarily show off their wealth.bill gates is an example.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by marvin906(m): 8:18am On Mar 21, 2018
control money don't let money control you

Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 8:40am On Mar 21, 2018
ameri9ja:


But that's the thing

1) You can't have lots of money without showing it off, unless everybody knows u have it.
2) You can't have lots of money without society forcing u into trying to maintain having it.
Those two things make u a slave to it.

Bro I disagree with Point 1. There are some Billonaires that don't show off. Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook founder) for example. He wears the same clothes for like 5 days in a row, he drives a miserable $30,000 car. I can give you other examples.

Rich people do the opposite because they don’t want you to ask them for money, don’t want you to sue them, and don’t want to be taken advantage of. They want to be generous on their own terms and they want to be treated the same way as anyone else.

Truly rich people don’t have anything to prove. And if they do feel like they have something to prove it’s probably not to you or me. It’s to people they care about.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 2:50pm On Mar 21, 2018
Bbbbbbbbbbbb:


Bro I disagree with Point 1. There are some Billonaires that don't show off. Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook founder) for example. He wears the same clothes for like 5 days in a row, he drives a miserable $30,000 car. I can give you other examples.

Rich people do the opposite because they don’t want you to ask them for money, don’t want you to sue them, and don’t want to be taken advantage of. They want to be generous on their own terms and they want to be treated the same way as anyone else.

Truly rich people don’t have anything to prove. And if they do feel like they have something to prove it’s probably not to you or me. It’s to people they care about.

U pretend not to see the other part of what I said: UNLESS PEOPLE ALREADY KNOW THEY HAVE IT.
It is simply not human nature to accomplish something and hide the accomplishment. Let's say u come first in your class - you'll tell it to everyone including total strangers.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by ameri9ja: 2:53pm On Mar 21, 2018
lefulefu:

there are eccentric millioniares around who dont necessarily show off their wealth.bill gates is an example.

U pretend not to see the other part of what I said: UNLESS PEOPLE ALREADY KNOW THEY HAVE IT.
It is simply not human nature to accomplish something and hide the accomplishment. Let's say u come first in your class - you'll tell it to everyone including total strangers.
Re: Ten Millionires Who Committed Suicide by Nobody: 2:58pm On Mar 21, 2018
ameri9ja:


U pretend not to see the other part of what I said: UNLESS PEOPLE ALREADY KNOW THEY HAVE IT.
It is simply not human nature to accomplish something and hide the accomplishment. Let's say u come first in your class - you'll tell it to everyone including total strangers.

You are right sha smiley

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