The cobbler and the rich man story

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The Rich Man and the Shoemaker by Jean de La Fontaine

The Rich Man and the Shoemaker was a classic tale of how the rich try to solve their problems. They always feel like they are being annoyed by the happiness of others so they try to manipulate them, in their own cunning ways, to get what they want. In this case peace and quiet. However, when the shoemaker recieves the bag of gold from the rich man his worries only begin to start. He no longer sings because of his paranoia, which makes the rich man happy and the poor man sad. In the end riches never made man happy, it is all a state of mind.
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There lived a happy cobbler who passed his days working and singing from morning till night; rain or shine. A rich man who passed by the cobbler daily felt sad at the sight of the poor cobbler working so hard. The cobbler took the money from the rich man and thanked him.
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A rich neighbor of him was a banker who one day said to him, "How much do you earn a year? Hearing this, the banker became surprised. He asked the cobbler what he did with his money. The cobbler told that he lived from hand to mouth. In fact, the cobbler earned very little and spent all the money he earned a day to support himself and he had no ambition.

There isn't much that we can do, But we can share an hour with you, And we can share a story with you As on our way we go. A poor cobbler and rich businessman were neighbours. The cobbler's house was also his workshop. He sang merrily while he mended shoes.

There lived a happy cobbler who passed his days working and singing from morning till night; rain or shine. A rich man who passed by the cobbler daily felt sad at the sight of the poor cobbler working so hard. He wanted to help him. The next day the rich man again came to visit the cobbler. He came with ten thousand rupees in a bag. I have brought ten thousand rupees for you. Keep this money and remove your distress.

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