Rich individuals may have people who adore them or who do anything they ask of them, but respect is something that cannot be purchased. There is no monetary value to respect. You have to earn it with your deeds.
You may be able to bribe someone to say they forgive you, but they won’t do it until they’ve recovered and are prepared to do it on their terms. True forgiveness takes time and often occurs when you really apologize and beg for forgiveness.
Have you ever observed that many wealthy individuals are among the world’s most ungrateful individuals? In actuality, thankfulness comes from a sincere place in the spirit and heart. It must be understood since it cannot be purchased.
A healthy soul and inner life are the result of connection. These goods are available for free and cannot be purchased. One would argue that having money might distance you from such things, making it more difficult to connect.
Most importantly, kindness is priceless. It can only be learned, and a lot of that learning involves hardship. Many wealthy individuals struggle with compassion because they lack the necessary perspective.