Charlie Munger at 89 years of age knows he won't need money where he is going.
Do you realize the same thing for yourself, or do you feel "too young" to even consider such issues? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes." (James ) But always remember: The souls of Munger and Buffett are not aging, and neither is yours.
And yet, both of them realize that their riches cannot buy them eternal life.
Here is another revealing comment Charlie made to the newspaper: "There's nothing as insignificant as an extra billion to an old man." This statement highlights the futility of wealth at the end of a person's life.Would you like to start getting to know Christ personally?Time is slipping away, just like all of your money will slip away one day.In a recent discussion with the local newspaper here in Omaha, Munger said something incredibly profound.In fact, his comment is right in line with a principle we find throughout the Bible.What you will need, however, in order to get into heaven is a relationship with Jesus Christ through faith.The Lord would love to begin that relationship with you today.Are you someone who places a lot of emphasis on money?If so, remember the words of Charlie Munger: "I won't need it where I'm going." That is also true for you my friend.Warren Buffett has publicly referred to Charlie Munger as his partner at Berkshire Hathaway.Like Buffett, Munger is busy giving away much of his fortune to help various institutions and organizations do the work they do.