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One Night Seeing the POOR in Jakarta can make a Hard Man Humble.

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Published on Oct 8, 2018

One Night Seeing the POOR in Jakarta can make a Hard Man Humble: From The Most Miserable to The Most Enlightening Night in Jakarta.

I enjoyed the luxuries of life and I sometimes take things for granted.
I saw poverty and the poor of Jakarta.
The poor in Jakarta were more contented than the rich neighbors of Singapore and Malaysia.

I myself have tasted "poverty" in my life, when I only ate one meal a day for 6 months.
The benefit of eating only one meal a day is you will really appreciate every meal and not waste any food. You will get used to riding out the long hunger pangs and the physical feeling of hunger and poverty will change your life, and you will feel empathetic to the poor and have-nots.

There was one time when I didn't have enough money I had to give up my rented room in Discovery Bay in Hong Kong. I slept in a 200 sq ft shared rented office. Every morning I would go the YWCA in No.1 MacDonnell Road - to have a shower in the gym, not to exercise. My family and parents did not know about this.

I live a rather simple life. I don't own or drive a car. I go around in a cheap bicycle for meals, movies, and shopping. So I save a lot on transportation, petrol, and car mortgages.

I want to use my wealth and my involvement of Miracles of Capital to help and elevate the horrible conditions of the people of Jakarta and Indonesia.

That night I realized that being poor is very selfish.
Letting SELFISH people, Corrupt Politicians, and Heartless Tycoons take our Money is extremely selfish.
Let's grow RICH together, and share Earth and her resources.

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