• The richest Man in Babylon

    Auteur : George S. Clason

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    Des milliers de lecteurs se sont enrichis grâce aux conseils de ce livre. Proclamé le meilleur livre parmi les oeuvres traitant de l'économie, ces paraboles instructives sont devenues un classique moderne. Dans un langage simple, L'homme le plus riche de Babylone vous présente un plan financier qui vous lance réellement sur la voie de la richesse. Téléchargez ce ebook pour lire les 20 premières paraboles en français !

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Quelques lignes extraites de ce pdf gratuit : Sharru, saying, “I will not listen to lies defaming my grandfather.” Arad advised Sharru as follows; “Cling no longer to thy master. Get once again the feeling of being a free man. Act like a free man and succeed like one!” The next time Sharru met Arad, he was a changed man for he was a free man. Swasti, Sharru’s master’s housekeeper came to Sharru most disturbed. “Thy master is in trouble”. “Why should we worry over his folly. We are not his keepers.” Sharru’s master had given his title to a lender and the lender could claim him and sell him without Nan-naid’s influence. The next morning, the money lender brought Sasi, the slave trader to take Sharru away. Sharru was deeply depressed. “Was I to work for the rest of my life without gaining my desires, without happiness and success?” A messenger had come from Sharru’s new master, Sasi. He grabbed his wallet and robe and was on his way. “I saw Arad Gula awaiting me.” “I hunted everywhere for thee.” “A hard bargain he did drive and made me pay an outrageous price, but thou art worth it. Thy philosophy and enterprise have been my inspiration to this new success.” Arad had bought Sharru’s freedom. “Tears of gratitude filled my eyes. I knew I was the luckiest man in Babylon.” “Was work my grandfather’s secret key the golden shekels?” “It was his only key when I first knew him.” “Work attracted his many friends…work brought him the many honors…work brought him all those things I have approved.” “Life is rich with many pleasures for men to enjoy,” Sharru Nada commented. “Each has it’s place. I am glad that work is not reserved for slaves. Were that the case I would be deprived of my greatest pleasure [ . . . ]

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