Last week, a Michigan man came forward to claim a $337 million Powerball jackpot. The man said his entire family was retiring from their jobs. And therein lies the problem when hard working people suddenly strike it rich and quit their jobs for what they believe will be a life of leisure.
There's a saying that goes: "Idle hands are the devil's workshop." That old adage explains why so many wealthy people volunteer to work for free.
Instant millionaires find out all too quickly that money does not bring happiness or hope -- and without hope life is meaningless.
The Single Father's blog wrote an interesting post tying the recent suicides of music executive Chris Lighty, Don Cornelius, Junior Seau and others to depression.
First you get the money. Then you get the power. Then you get...Death? Doesn't even sound right does it? Well it seems as though that is the way things have been going as of late. There have been an unusual amount of high profile celebrity deaths this year. And quite frankly too many of them were caused by suicide. Too many men have decided to stop fighting, and just give up on life. READ MORE
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