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The Story of Trust, Part 3



The king thought he’d take away the man of trust’s livelihood, but Hashem gave the man of trust a brand new livelihood...

 



illustrations by Rebecca Shapiro

 
The Story of Trust, Part 3
 
It was very difficult for him to accept, yet he trusted in the L-rd. He went and saw a nobleman chopping wood, and asked him, "Is this in accord with your honor?"
 
The man answered, "I searched for someone to chop it for me, but could not find anyone. So I had to do it myself."
 
He said, "Allow me, and I will chop for you." So he chopped the wood, and the nobleman gave him a gold piece. He saw that this went well, so he looked for more wood to chop, until he gathered six gold pieces, and again bought his usual meal, and was happy.
 
 
The King again went near his house, peering through the window. He saw the man sitting there, with the drink and the foods before him, appearing very happy. The King then entered the house, and they had an exchange similar to the first time, and the King slept there as on the first night. In the morning, the King rose, and the man escorted him out. The King asked again, "Where did you get all this? For this requires a good deal of money."
 
The man answered, "It was my custom to fix things needing repair. Then the King decreed not to give any item to any man to fix. So I cut wood until I gathered enough money for all this."
 
The King then left, and passed a decree not to let any man chop wood. When the man came to someone and asked if he had wood to be chopped, the man told him of the decree of the King.
 
To be continued.




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