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A wealthy man in ancient Babylon was approached by a friend for a loan. The friend wanted to invest in a
herd of camels but lacked the money needed. The wealthy man gladly loaned his friend the money because he was
a successful camel trader, and has borrowed and repaid on a smaller scale many times before. The wealthy man
was confident his money would be handled wisely and returned as promised with a nice profit. Hearing of
this, the wealthy man's brick layer and chariot maker came calling with a business scheme and promises of
"easy money" if he would just lend them some gold coins to fund a quick camel trade. The wise man with the
gold said "No Thanks". That illustrates how he became and remained the "Richest Man In Babylon".
From the book "The Richest Man In Babylon" by George S. Clason