If I were a very rich person, my wealth could still be measured by numbers, but it still wouldn't change the fact that I'm very rich. First of all, I would pretend to do charitable activities because it would be reasonable to avoid taxes, secondly, even though I would be reasonable to avoid taxes, I would still pay my fair share of taxes and it would cause me heartache, and thirdly, if I paid my fair share of taxes, nothing would ever cost me a larger sum of money again, and I will trend what I have on my hand as everything!!! I'll use the money I legally have to enjoy a life I've never enjoyed before, and that doesn't mean I need to spend on something luxurious or very flashy, I might just want to do something I haven't done before, something very expensive.
If I had a big company, not as big as Amazon or Facebook, but big enough to feed a few thousand employees as well as ensure I stay rich. There are a lot of things I want to do, but I think protecting the environment should be the last thing I want to do, even though there are all kinds of laws forcing me to protect the environment or save energy, but there are too many things to consider before that, because the company's income affects the income of thousands of families, and a whole host of other issues.
I'm just daydreaming, and I probably won't have to worry about these issues for the rest of my life, but I think it's very difficult to change the minds of rich people and big companies, because they represent more than just themselves or their companies, they can sometimes represent a city or even a country.
The current situation is that the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer, and those who are caught in the middle are indifferent, their mindset of not wanting to become poor keeps them surviving in the middle, but the oppression from the top keeps them from moving up.