Considering most of them worked their whole life for that wealth, they want people to know how much they have, they want to feel “socially accepted” and admired. You can’t blame them, that’s really impressive. I myself make less than 18K yearly so I’m nowhere near those guys but I admire them and it inspires me to do better.
Others are given everything and don’t have the understanding of money management, they buy extravagant property to flaunt their fathers/ mothers wealth. They have no sympathy for the lower class in society, they have no idea what it’s like being down on your last bit of cash and not knowing whether to buy food or pay your electric bill, not knowing what it’s like to have red numbers in the bank. You can’t feel for something you don’t understand or can’t relate to. If they do it’s called living a lie.
So most of them probably do feel for us, they know what it’s like, but they may also see us as lazy and stuff. Don’t let it bother you buddy.
· 10 months ago