We must own a mansion and different buildings in order to be happy.
I shall finish the office work first, then move to the factory work.
Hello, are you willing to sell your properties?
In the middle of a small pyramid-shaped tent, Pahom and his wife are having a deep discussion about owning a mansion and many buildings on their own. They insist that a person must be wealthy for them to live an ecstatic life.
Sure, you have to reconstruct the buildings in a matter of 1 day with your personal money for the properties to be yours.
Yes, you're right.
Due to Pahom's thoughts, he moves to a different city and works as a part time worker in different industries to have enough money to fulfill his wishes.
Pahom figures out about a famous businessman in the city he's currently located in. He heads to the man in his mansion and asks him if he is willing to sell his mansion and the buildings he owns.
The dealer accepts Pahom's wish. However, he puts a condition in order for Pahom to own his properties.
Pahom begins panicking. He doesn't have enough money to fulfill the requirement of the dealer. He starts selling his assets as well as his family's, in order to earn a few dollars that he thinks will help him.
FOR SALE! FOR SALE!
I'm losing my family. I'm losing everything I own. This is getting out of control.
It's half past noon and Pahom is starving from hunger with no money left. Pahom heads back to the dealers mansion and the dealer explains that being wealthy isn't everything in life. The correlation between greed and wealth is always negative, never positive.
A good health and being surrounded with a family is all that a person needs. Money comes and goes but memories with your family last forever.