Brewsters Millions was a fun movie from 1985 in which an eccentric uncle of Montgomery Brewster (Richard Pryor) offers him a tough choice in his will. He can either take 10 million free and clear, or he can go for 300 million, but to get it he first has to blow through 30 million in thirty days-which proves harder than it seems.
Many of us are essentially unwilling to assume the challenge necessary to live the 300 million dollar life. I don’t mean monetarily per se, but either way, to get the big prize takes risk and a tremendous amount of sustained effort. It’s easier to be angry than calm, jealous than understanding, cynical than optimistic and the list goes on.
Many people think they would choose the $300,000,000, but in reality they wouldn’t. What would you do?
This and much more tonight at 7:00 @ the Aish Center