Long, long ago, there lived a trader who was pretty rich and led a comfortable life. He was also a father of two sons. The older son was very clever and bright. He always knew his task well and did it right and responsibly. The trader was very proud of the way his elder son worked and he loved him a lot.
The younger son, however, was foolish. He did no work the whole day. He was also not able to understand anything. The trader had failed to make him understand his work. He was so foolish that whoever saw him, exclaimed, “What a burden he’ll be to his father! He does nothing but play, and spends the money his father and elder brother earn.”