Forbes:  “At the Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy in San Francisco on Wednesday, billionaire investor and philanthropist Warren Buffett took to the stage to discuss his lifetime of giving. The Oracle of Omaha, who will turn 88 in August, pointed out his own longevity–“I have lived for more than a third of the life of this country”–and discussed how his three children may carry on his philanthropic legacy. “Every single share of Berkshire I own will be diverted into philanthropy 10 years after my estate is executed for future philanthropists who can see future needs,” Buffett told conference attendees. “I might be able to think outside the box, but when the box is 6 feet under, I’m not so sure.”  His remarks contained some valuable advice–wisdom picked up in the course of his nearly nine decades.”