One of the big misconceptions in life is that you can’t take your wealth with you when you die. They say the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer, but that death is the great equalizer, because you have to leave your riches behind when its time for you to go, go, go.
But even the most holier-than-thou might have to rethink this idiom upon reaching the end of life’s pages, just as you will upon reaching the end of this book. For it is a greatly concealed secret by the religious establishment, that you can take it with you over to the other side if you live “properly” before closing death’s door behind you. Truth is, the end of the rainbow doesn’t have to be at the foot of your final resting place; it can just as easily shine through to that place we most commonly refer to as Heaven.