Someone said :
I legitimately don't understand?
Are you asking me if I'd sell my soul for unlimited wealth?
No I wouldn't. Of course I wouldn't.
Interesting that you assume wealth is the reward.
I was thinking "eternal life after death."
According to the christian so called "philosopher" Pascal, it was worth betting on eternal life in exchange for worldly pleasures, as an infinite gain with the smallest of probability was higher than a certain small material gain.
In his case, the stake was his soul: not sold, but invested in his religion.
And the returns were not material, but spiritual. And they were not immanent but transcendent. (Which, he did not admit to himself, invalidated his unfinished reasoning)
In a similar registry, drugged-up and porn-hungry jihadists have convinced themselves that criminal suicide will earn them 70 "virgins": their immoral compass makes their dick-brains point to underage rape as a life goal.
But they do not know, as they are ignorant fucks who never independently studied the texts they reference, that the 70 virgins may be a mis-translation or a metaphor involving grapes.
Also they fail to consider that in a culture of rapists, who feel the need to cover their sexual slaves to protect them from other perverts, the only likely virgins are spinsters who lost their "husband" to jihad before he had a chance to rape them.
This one is marrying her 4th martyr in heaven:
Her lack of teeth makes her blow-jobs very safe and soft.