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You Can't Take it With You (生不带来,)死不带去
Also from the Bible, this saying originates from Paul's first letter to Timothy (I Tim 6:7), where he states, "For we have brought nothing into the world, and so we cannot take anything out of it. If we have food and covering, with these we shall be content."
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First, you can't take it with you. All your physical stuff stays here. Whenever someone dies, we notice that their stuff remains in the physical world. It doesn't suddenly vanish.





 


 




 
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