There was a successful man who had four wives. He loved his Fourth wife very much and adorned her with beautiful clothes and gave her treats. She cared for him deeply and gave him what he needed.
He was very fond of his third wife. He was very proud of her and always wanted to show her to his friends. However, the merchant was always afraid that he might run away with the other men.
He also loved his second wife. He was a considerate man. It was this person he was talking to and sharing his thoughts. In times of need, he turned to his second wife and would help her out during difficult times.
Although the first wife was a very loyal partner, she did not pay much attention to him. Although his first wife loved him, he was so busy with his three wives that he did not spend time with her.
As the years passed the merchant became ill and was in his deathbed. For the rest of his life, the man had four wives by his side, now looking for someone to accompany him after his death. So he asked his fourth beloved wife, “I loved you so much and cared so much for you. Now that I am dying, will you follow me and connect me with people? ”” Impossible! ” replied the fourth wife and left without saying another word.
The man then asked his happy wife, “All my life I have told you about love. Now that I am dying, will you follow me and keep me alone? ”“ No! ” answers the third wife. “Life is so good here! I’ll find someone else when you die! ”.
He looked into the second wife’s eyes again before asking her to come with him. “I’m sorry, I can’t come with you this time! At least, I can accompany you to your grave,” she said.
“I will go with you. I will always accompany you in life, in death and after that.” shout the word. The man looked up and his first wife stood next to him. She was thin, thin, weak, and malnourished. For the rest of her life, she ignored him. She was sad to see him and regretted that he had not cared so much for her when he still had the opportunity.
We all have four wives in our lives.
The fourth wife represents our body. We all need death and no matter how much we care about our bodies, it will leave us when we die.
The third wife is our treasure and possessions. They all go to others when we die.
The second wife is our family and friends. No matter how close they were to us while we were alive, it was too far away for them to stay near us until the grave.
The first wife is our soul. It is often overlooked in our pursuit of material things, wealth, and pleasures. It is the only thing that will stay with us wherever we go.
So it is better to feed our soul now than to regret it later.
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