After We Own Everything —
Accumulation is a major goal for most people. So, after we own everything imaginable what then? The universe is so vast that even a billionaire is nothing by comparison. After the castles, private islands, jets, yachts, farms, luxury cars and baubles what else is there? After we have accumulated everything imaginable we still die — what then? Why did Carnegie say that millionaires never smile? Could there be something more satisfying than things? In Matthew 16:26 Jesus asked, "What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole world, yet forfeits his soul?" What good is it to slave away on a treadmill for status and things, and pay for it all with our lives? Is it really worth it to have great wealth and ignore what comes next? Is there something more, like life beyond this one?