Merchant And  Hairdresser Moral Story

Merchant And  Hairdresser Moral Story

A trader named Manibhadra lived in a small town. He and his wife were very generous and kind. Everyone in the city knew them, visited their home and enjoyed their hospitality.
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One day Manibhadra lost all his ships during a storm at sea. They were loaded with precious goods. All those who borrowed money to negotiate demanded an immediate refund. Manibhadra had to sell all his property and pay for it. Finally, there was nothing left.
Without his wealth all his friends also abandoned him. Manibhadra was very discouraged. "Even my friends abandoned me, they just loved my wealth," he said bitterly.
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"I have nothing to give to my wife and children except pain and suffering." Manibhadra fell asleep with troubled stories.
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That night he had a strange dream. A monk appeared in his dream and said, "If you touch my head with a stick, I will become enough gold to last several lives." In the dream, Manibhadra saw himself touching the monk with a staff and the monk became a huge pile of gold coins.
The next morning, Manibhadra woke up to the sound of someone knocking on the door. "Can my dream be true, will I be rich again?" Manibhadra for himself.
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"The hairdresser is here for you,"  called by his wife from the door.
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"What stupidity of me to believe in a dream? It will never happen," said Manibhadra, sitting down to shave. At that moment, someone knocked on the door.
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Manibhadra opened and opened the door. To his surprise, a monk looked at him silently and significantly.
Manibhadra took a stick and  touched the monk's  head with the stick. And there, in front of him, there was a huge pile of gold coins. Manibhadra was filled with joy. 

He dismissed the hairdresser with a generous amount of gold coins, counseling and keeping things to himself.
The hairdresser was a greedy man. He was also very stupid. "So when these monks are made in the head, they look like gold, now I know how to be rich.
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It was a monastery and he invited some monks to his home for a banquet. As soon as the monks came home, the barber took a stick and started to beat them in the head. The poor monks were terrified. One of them  asks for help from the soldiers. The soldiers arrested the hairdresser and took him to the judge.
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"Why did you hit the monks with a stick?" asked the judge. "When Manibhadra hits a monk on the head, it looks a lot like gold," the barber replied.
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The judge called Manibhadra and asked if it was true. Manibhadra explained the complete story to the judge in detail. Upon hearing the story, the judge realized that the hairdresser had acted because of the codification and dishonesty and punished the stupid hairdresser.