Reality About the Appearance of the Rich and the Poor
The easiest way to get the richness in the thinking of anyone is to query him "what he beliefs appearance means of someone regarding richness or poorness?
The simplicity about this task is that majority of the populace believed in the so called "Common Sense" that your appearance reveals whom you're. This statement might be right to an extent but never in determining richness.
Yes, Actions speaks louder than voice but in reality we don't even pray for the voice of the loudest speaker least we talk of the action of the loudest Actor. What does that mean? It means the voice you evaluate, the action you evaluate are those that are no where to be close to being the mightiest. They were only mimicking the mightiest. Should the mightiest sounds, majority, if not all, may go deaf and dumb.
Back to the appearance of the Poor and the Rich. The indisputable fact, not known by all though, is that the Rich don't usually buy it and if at all they do, they do so last! I mean the most expensive luxuries.
In fact, this behavior has created pool of difficulties in determining who are the Rich ones? A nan that drove $1 million Range Rovers or a man that operates a $1 million multinational company?
This is simple, while one with car is holding $1million in liability, the other is multiplying $1million in assets. The rich shall surely be known with time.
Going by someone carrying glasses that worth tenths of thousands dollar and one who rarely carry the recommended glass except needed, richness is never determined by an appearance.
Little we known of some who had spent their last penny to purchase fake luxuries, all with the aim of mimicking the rich.
Both the reach and the Poor might be given the same amount of money, since the rich is already rich, he has nothing to prove. Mind me, the Poor has to show the populace that he is now rich. Though, in reality he is not yet rich. He was just given an avenue to become rich.
In this regard of wanting to look Rich, many have missed their chances of becoming rich to "mimicking the rich."
The Rich don't buy the rich, they acquire and build on it. The Poor buy the Rich and exhaust it, with time. However, what majority failed to know is that "Money don't buy the rich, money buys everything almost!
As confusing as that statement, so the effect of money on being rich.
To further juxtaposed the fact that the Poor appeared richly than the rich, consider a business oriented var Dealers. This is a set of people with opportunity to own the most beautiful cars, anywhere across the world but in reality, they rarely own a car.
Are you saying Car Dealers aren't richer than 95% of their clients but that is only in reality.
A Real Estate moneybag will never claim ownership of more than a building, only the Poor lives in dozens of duplexes. Does that mean the Real Estate moneybag is poor or has lesser duplexes than the Poor man switching houses where he sleeps.
Hell, no. The rich don't usually appear rich because they don't need to be telling you they are rich, only the Poor advertises their " mimicking the rich ."
Henceforth, I wouldn't want be told he is rich because he wears an expensive wrist watch or footwear. In fact, what the richly appearing rich wears is far too expensive beyond what the poor can mimic.
Richness is never determined by how you appeared but how your spending profile appears. Richness is usually not determined by appearances of personality but by the appearances of the other name(s) of the personality, his businesses.
Written by Ibraheem Sikiru
Published on 2/4/2020 4:48:58 PM