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Finger Books- HappinessOfThePoor

Finger Books- HappinessOfThePoor
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Being rich doesn’t mean being happy. Most of us don't understand why. A poor shoemaker felt very grateful for the trust of his neighbor, a millionaire, when the millionaire knocked on his door and asked the shoemaker to look after a sack of Dinars for him. Since then the shoemaker's family would count the sack of Dinars every night. The noise made by the gold coins took place of the singings and laughter that would come out from the shoemaker's house in the past. It was at that moment when the shoemaker realized how easy happiness could be taken away. What would he do?


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