There is this all important thing some wealthy men and women fail to understand, which is, death is inevitable. Wealth is good of course but to some people, they see this world as their permanent abode. That's where they got it wrong.
Be ye a rich or a poor man, one day you will close your eyes to death, never to come back to life. Buying expensive cars, building mansions, having entourage and tight security etc are all good but one thing is common, your life is not in your hands. You are just a mere mortal.
Waking up this morning to go to Yul Edochie's Instagram timeline, I saw this post of his and decided to share it with you. What he said there is the plain truth.
Yul Edochie as we know him, is a Nigerian actor named after popular Russian actor Yul Brynner. He is from Anambra state Nigeria, the son of Nigerian actor Pete Edochie. He was raised both in Lagos and Enugu. He is the last of 6 children. He got married at the age of 22. He was born on January 7,1982.
Below is the excerpt of his post on Instagram:
"All the cars you've bought in your name,all the houses, estates, companies, business you built in your name are actually not yours. They belong to the world. You will die someday and leave all of them behind. Sad reality. BE AT PEACE WITH GOD.
Many Instagram users have also reacted toward this post, see pictures below:
What do you have to say concerning this motivational talk from Yul? Let's hear you!
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