When Robert K. and his sister were children, they went cherry blossom-viewing in the park. Robert was so poor growing up, that the only brother-sister date he could afford for his sister was to the park. No shopping dates, no cinema dates. Just cherry blossom-gazing.
Robert’s sister didn’t mind that they were poor in the pocket. They were already rich. Even as the cherry blossoms faded and the siblings went their separate ways, they never forgot about the cherry blossoms-dates that they had growing up.
Robert became a businessman and his sister became a buddhist nun. But each of them have one they in common: even if the petals of the cherry tree fall and all of the money in the world fades away; money isn’t the real thing that makes one rich. It’s knowing the true things in life that make you rich.
In Doris Dörrie essays, the writer explains that rich people are poor when they are greedy,bitter and resentful. Rich people are truly rich when they are kind, open-hearted and giving. Even if they are penniless.
Being rich takes time and a lot of hard work, practice;kindness and heart.
Go for broke!
This post is a work of fiction. It has not been endorsed by the author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad or Doris Dorrie.
Robāto· K to imōto ga kodomodatta toki, karera wa kōen de hanami sakura ittekimashita. Robāto wa kare ga kare no imōto no tame ni yoyū ga dekita yuiitsu no kyōdai-bi wa kōen ni atta koto, sodattanode, furyōdeatta. Īe shoppingu hidzuke nashi, eigakan no hidzuke. Chōdo sakura no hana de jitto. Robāto no imōto ga, karera wa poketto ni ototte ita koto o ki ni shinakatta. Karera wa sudeni kanemochidatta. Sakura no hana ga iroaseta to kyōdai wa betsubetsu no michi o okonatta to shite mo, karera ga sodatta koto o sakura – hidzuke ni tsuite kesshite wasurenakatta. Robāto wa jitsugyōka ni natte, kare no imōto wa nisō to natta. Shikashi, sorera no onōno wa, hitotsu no kyōtsū sorera o motte iru: Sakura aki to hanarete sekai no fēdo no okane no subete no hanabira a tte mo, okane ga 1 o yutaka ni suru honmonode wa arimasen. Sore wa anata o yutaka ni suru seikatsu no naka de hontō no koto o shitte iru. Dorisu· derie no esseide wa, sakka wa, karera wa, don’yokuna nigami to fungai shite iru toki kanemochi wa binbōnindearu koto o setsumei shite imasu. Karera wa, isshu no ōpun’na kokoro to ataete iru toki ni yutakana hitobito wa, hontōni hōfudesu. Karera wa muichimondeatte mo,. Yasashi-sa to kokoro; kanemochidearu koto ni wa jikan to doryoku, takusan no renshū o torimasu. Ichi kaba chika yatte miru! Kono tōkō wa fikushon no sakuhindesu. Kore wa, kanemochi tōsan binbō tōsan ya dorisu· derie no chosha ni yotte shōnin sa rete imasen.
I’ve got that song from a cartoon back in the 90s. It’s become a favorite of mine to sing on someone’s birthday. It’s the next birthday song. I decided to use it as part of the story. I’ve written 217 pages in over nine years. My first novel. I get to re-edit my ‘first’ novel!
So far for a live action remake of Sanami matoh’s Fake, there’s no word yet if Sanami-Sensei’s gonna give a thumbs-up to a remake of her graphic novel. Dee ripping Ryo’s clothes off and setting the bedroom aflame; there’s a fight between G vs E about same-sex marriage. Of which, New York and Delaware have already given its blessing to gay marriage. North Carolina’s next in line to open-arms to gay & lesbian couples. My friend Sharon G. is inviting me to her wedding soon. I saw gay weddings on television before. This is the first gay wedding of my friend. Sharon’s planning to wed her roommate/girlfriend when North Carolina gives its blessing.