In society, there are always two types of people: people with money and people with little money. Regardless of class or social status, we should still follow some wise advice left by the ancients.
Failure to follow can lead us astray, even if we look back later and regret it. One of them is: “Hold money in hand, don't go to 3 places; penniless, two types of people should be avoided.”
3 places don't go when you're rich
There are many factors that bring people to the brink of bankruptcy, in which gambling is the leading cause. From ancient times to the present, countless rich people have baked all their money in casinos.
Gambling is inherently an addictive hobby, with little benefit but much harm. Once you have entered the casino, it is not easy to turn around.
Just because of a little greed in the heart, and want to enjoy but do not want to do, people are often tempted by gambling.
We keep thinking that gambling helps us earn big profits even if we don't spend much, when we win, we want to win again, when we lose, we want to remove the gauze. In the end, we stay immersed in it, destroying our family and destroying ourselves.
There are people who get rich overnight through gambling, there are also people who have lost their fortune because of gambling. From time immemorial, family separation because of gambling is not uncommon.
Therefore, the ancients always told people with money not to step foot in casinos. Every coin is won by our hard work, why can we easily throw them all into gambling?
2. The place of "wind flower and snow moon"
This is not difficult to understand, because the place where people easily lose their will.
We spend half of our life working hard, finally amassing a decent amount of money so that we can live a better life for ourselves and our family. This is when people begin to find ways to enjoy life.
However, going to a place to find pleasure is not a smart choice. It's an easy place to get in, but hard to get out of.
Too much self-indulgence, we will not only easily lead to bankruptcy, but also cause turmoil in the family. Therefore, the ancients advised people to know how to keep themselves and avoid wasting money on such pleasure places.
Most people are surprised to hear this: "Why can't I go back to my hometown when I have money in hand?".
In fact, it's not that people can't return home, but the problem lies in what happens after. There is an old saying: "When you're poor, don't look for relatives, when you're rich, don't go back to your hometown" is also meant to imply this.
When we return to our hometown, we keep bragging about our wealth, the massive fortune we have, sooner or later someone will come and ask for a loan. They flatter me, be polite to me, treat me like a close friend, just for the purpose of borrowing money.
If we lend, we are encouraging them not to do it and enjoy it, which is also harming people. If we don't lend, we'll have a reputation of being meaninglessly mean, offending those around us.
Therefore, in order to avoid this dilemma, it is better to be humble.
2 types of people to avoid when poor
There is an old saying that "Young han tri will be spared, in tribulation, you will find love", the intention is: In a cold year, you will know each other, and you will know each other's true feelings in times of trouble. When we are penniless, we should not interact with these two types of people.
1. People who “throw stones into the well”
This type of person in life is not uncommon. They feel happy when others are in trouble, seeing it as a joke, nothing more.
When we are rich, they come to us pretending to respect us. However, if we just have a bad luck, they will immediately say maliciously and slander, not only not helping us, but also making us more miserable.
Therefore, if we have realized the evil nature of this type of petty person, no matter what happens in the future, we should stay away, because they are the biggest disaster.
2. People who “see the tribulation immediately shunned”
In life, many people, when they see us in a bad luck, immediately shun them, even though they previously considered each other as close friends. With no money in hand, we are nothing more than a "slow-explosion bomb" that they feel must be avoided.
If we ask them to borrow money, they will also deftly refuse and gradually become distant so as not to have to contact us. Such a person only wants to "have happiness and enjoy together", but does not dare to suffer from the situation of "shared misfortune".
For such people, it is best to stay away, both to avoid being looked down upon and not to lose face.