An Interesting Take On Donating

Would you donate your last penny?

I can honestly say that I would not …

Which brings me to a related topic: it seems that many people who come into money take a chunk of it to donate. Perhaps to have the wing of a school named after them, or to do some other ‘good works’.

Whether the sum is $1,000,000 or $100,000 or $10,000, when donating what you consider to be a large sum, think about what you are really donating; you are not merely donating $1,000,000 (or $100,000 or $10,000), you are donating the future value of $1,000,000:

Let’s say that you plan on living for another 40 years, and you can invest your money at 5% above inflation, then the real value of your donation is not $1,000,000 but more than $6.7 million!

When thinking about donating that $1 million [AJC: The Cartwood Family Wing does sound tempting], I’m not really thinking too much about that $6.7 million [AJC: or, $28.8 million … ounch!], I’m actually asking myself:

Would I donate my last $1 million? Read more of this post

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala On What Money Means To Him

Here is what Rakesh Jhynjhunwala has to say on what money means to him:

If you ask me what money means, I’d say it’s used as a means of exchange, among other things.But J Paul Getty, one of the world’s richest men, said: If you can count it, you don’t have enough of it.

Money is the harsh reality of life. Some love for it, some die for it, some use it well, some waste it, most fight for it, but most others desire it. Read more of this post


Remember This;GIVE

Hare Krishna Food For Life

Thank you Shafiqah1.Powerful words indeed and a spur to action.

Let us all try to provide one meal a day to a person in need.A packet of biscuits a day is a good way to start.Start carrying one in your handbag or briefcase.Keep some in your car.

And do take a look at these 2 links.

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