Someone once asked me: “Ram, what would you want to be remembered for?”
In my culture, we don’t ask the American question of legacy.
In fact, until 2007, I avoided publicity.
I only decided to open up publicly just recently to help people and their businesses, especially during these challenging and changing times, not for my legacy or materialism.
I came into the world with nothing, and I will leave with nothing.
This is the principle that I grew up on.
I simply want to be remembered as a humble man who gained great satisfaction in helping others.