You shouldn't be proud because of the money you have today because tomorrow is never guaranteed. It doesn't matter how much you have in your bank account, what matters is how much time you have to live, that is why you should always remain humble no matter the amount of money you have.
Reno Omokri made a tweet on this earlier. According to him, you may know how much money you have in your bank account, but you don't know how much time you have in your life account.
Reno urged his fans never to let money make them proud because the money they may be proud of today may belong to someone else tomorrow.
In his words;
“You may know how much you have in your bank account, but you don't know how much time you have in your life account. This, never let money make you proud. The money you are proud of today may belong to someone else tomorrow. Have a blessed day!”
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