A very rich man stated "There is nothing better for a man than to eat and drink and find enjoyment in his hard work. This too, I have realized, is from the hand of the true God, for who eats and who drinks better than I do?" -- Ecclesiastes chapter 2, verse 24. But this same wise rich king also admitted "A lover of siver will never be satisfied with silver, nor a lover of wealth with income. This too is futility." -- Ecclesiastes chapter 5, verse 10. One of the most profound statement by this king "Just as one came from his mother's womb, naked he will go away, just as he came. And he cannot carry away anything for his hard work." -- Ecclesiastes chapter 5, verse 15.