If I were a Millionaire
If wishhes were horses, even beggars would ride. But sometimes dream come true. I am poor in life and my wishes are hopelessly samll. I live in a state of uncertainty and I never know whether I shall be able to afford my next meal.
But there is no check on one’s fancy. Fancy is my luxury. I wish I wre a millionaire!
As a poor man, I have often experienced that Rich men are
generally selfish to the extent of being cruel. Their outlook on
life is not human but materialistic. They forget that to be rich is
not to be in human. When I am rich, I shall not forget god and god’s men.
A wealthy man can do much good to this world. Wealth often spoils man. Money along with comforts and care brings evil also. Rich men are generally victims to one evil or the other. I have natural dislike for the base and the disreputable. I was
born human and shall live a pious and noble life. This duty o penly man owns to god. I shall fulfill this duty. I shall set a noble example before others and shall be a brilliant light for misguided millionaires. I would very much wish to encourage social service in the country. I shall make a trust which will look after the welfare of
orphans. It is a pity that in our country wealthy persons do not
possess charitable qualites. I shall lead a noble life an cut down
my own expenses so that I may help others to live better.
I am a noble-hearted and simple person. That is what I could remain even if become a millionaire.