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The tomb that you respectable chaps see in the undermentioned picture, is the grave of Kuwait's most
wealthy and well-off man 'Nasir Al-kharafee'. He was an exceptionally affluent man as he owned a well-known petroleum corporation called Al-kharafee (a firm exploring and extracting mines, oil, gas and fuel), where his company earned about $12 million in revenue from an indeterminate number of crude oil and fuel extraction and exploration projects across the globe in 2011.
His crude petroleum, oil and natural exploration company has had around 33 Petroleum mining machines (machinery) and was operating around the world.
He also had about 20 skyscrapers and rise buildings (tower blocks) in numerous well-developed western countries.
In addition, he had a share in Kuwait, Middle East and Africa's gigantic telecommunications companies (mobile network operators) as well.
Furthermore, he had a share in world's most famous and prestigious hotels and restaurants such as Pizza Hut, KFC, TGI Friday's, Harddes and others.
But ultimately he has passed away and left all his wealth behind. So, let's not have such an insatiable greed for everything in life and let's not be inclined to be too much greedy, materialistic and avaricious for wealth, money and power, but instead let's make all-out endeavours to be abit considerate, munificent and understanding human beings.
Let's make haste and think about other people, particularly the greatly needy, destitute and poverty-stricken men, women and children who live on the streets in other corner of the world. They are in acute and dire need of your humanitarian assistance, contribution, help and financial support.
Life is literally too short, we all die one day, since death is an unavoidable truth.
Please kindly be so kind and generous as to help the desperate people and make a humble contribution to charity organisations.