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Husband asked his wife to bury his money with him when he died – she in response did something that left everyone in shock

Many people strive to live life and have fun, but also to leave something good and efficient behind them as they pass away. However, there are people who give in to loneliness [the person only puts himself, his needs and thoughts at the top of his mind, and is his first priority, regularly] and does not really care how it affects the people they left behind.There was once a man who worked very hard all his life. Throughout his life, the man saved money and he hated spending his money on everything.Working so hard to save money, he felt he deserved to keep everything to himself and not leave a penny to his wife, which was completely contrary to his proud and greedy attitude.The man loved his money more than anything, even more than his wife, who had been patiently beside him all his life. His love for money went so far as to ask him to take him to the grave.Shortly before his death, the man asked his wife to fulfill his last wish. “Now listen, when I die I want you to take all my money and put it in the [burial] coffin, I want to take all my money into the afterlife,” the man told his wife.The woman was shocked by her husband’s request, but later became convinced and agreed to bury the money after he died.The day came and her husband died. The woman was torn between granting her husband’s last wish and having to keep the money for herself. Although her husband was egocentric, she did not want to break her promise, but suddenly came up with a brilliant idea.At the funeral, the husband’s body lay in a closet, while his wife, who was wearing black, sat next to her good friend.When it came time to bury the husband, the tombs prepared to close the coffin and the woman asked them to stop “wait a minute,” the woman told the tombs.She went to the closet and put a box of shoes next to her dead husband’s body. Then she nodded to the captains, signaling them to continue their work.Her best friend, who knew of her husband’s ridiculous request, suspected that his wife was doing what her husband asked: “I hope you weren’t crazy enough to put all the money there with this stingy old man.”Then the woman turned to her good friend, “Yes, I promised. I’m a good Christian, I can’t lie. I promised him I would put the money in that closet with him. “”You mean to tell me you put all his money in the closet?”, The company asked.”I definitely did,” the woman replied. “I got it all together, put my money in my bank account and wrote him (to my husband) a check.”Our sense of morality from this story is that for the grave we do not take anything with us except our good memory and deeds all the capital and money in the world will not help you that you are not alive only your good deeds and your best memory

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