you can’t take it with you
you can't take it with you
- everybody leaves their wealth behind after death
- to not be able to take anything along when one passes on
- no one takes their wealth to next world after passing away
- refers to worldly items but can be used even without extreme condition of death
- The whole world knows that you can't take it with you but they still have so much affiliation to their worldly possessions.
- The saint explained about salvation in his speech and spoke about worldly goods. He said you can't take it with you so try to introspect your attachment.
- You can't take it with you so please get over the obsession with this house.
- Although it is a nice place you can't take it with you so try to enjoy it while it lasts.
- Don't be so attached to your pet since you can't take it with you when it is your time to go.
- You can't take it with you even though you love it with all your heart.
This phrase is the title of a famous comedic play in three acts that was released in 1936 by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart.
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