“and the rich man is to glory in his humiliation, because like flowering grass he will pass away” (James 1:10).
Wealth is relative. For anyone within the U.S., the moment you step foot into a third world country, you are, by any standard of measure, rich. The danger of wealth is that it breeds arrogance, an air of superiority, an advantage deserving of special treatment. Yet, even for the affluent and the privileged, this humbling statistic remains the same—one out of one will die.