Riches Don’t Last Forever

Seasons come and go. Summer, Winter, Spring, Autumn, they all have their times and seasons, none is permanent. Riches also have seasons. There are times you do less and you earn a lot, and vice versa. Sometimes we get carried away and assume it is our prowess or skills that is responsible for our wealth, yes it could be, but not always. 
When it is your season and you step into the season, everything will work in your favour. When your season is over, you can only enjoy as much as you have set aside during your rainy season. ‘For riches certainly make themselves wings; they fly away as an eagle toward heaven.’  – Proverbs 23:5b, 27:24. This means you cannot afford to eat with your ten fingers if you don’t want to become history. 
In every wealth you make, there is the seed portion and there is the bread portion. Don’t eat your seed with your bread. Your seed is what determines your continuity of harvest. Stop spending as if you have access to the vault of Central Bank!  Even if you have access, the vault may be changed. 
Invest on assets and less on consumptions. Consumptions empty your purse, assets multiply your income generating capacity.  Stop assuming the income will keep flowing like that for life, even rivers change course over time. Save, invest, buy assets that appreciate over time. Vehicles are liabilities, they start depreciating from day of purchase. Land and properties will always appreciate. Gold will always appreciate. Invest in lives too. Sometimes what will save you is the destinies you have helped. 
Be wise, for riches make themselves wings and fly to heaven, where they came from. 
God bless us all. 
Good morning! 

Adewumi Oni 

Onadol International Ltd 




Twitter: onadol2010


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