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" And of the excess of his distress, he recited these two couplets: "An Fate afflict thee, with grief manifest, Prepare thy patience and make broad thy breast; For of His grace the Lord of all the worlds Shall send to wait upon unrest sweet Rest. " Then he said in his mind, "I will make this one more cast, trusting in Allah, so haply He may not disappoint my hope.
" And he rose, and casting into the river the net as far as his arm availed, gathered the cords in his hands and waited a full hour, after which he pulled at it and, finding it heavy, handled it gently and drew it in, little by little, till he got it ashore, when lo and behold. he saw in it a one-eyed, lame-legged ape. Seeing this, quoth Khalifah: "There is no Majesty and there is no Might save in Allah Verily, we are Allah's and to Him we The Core Program: Fifteen Minutes a Day That Can Change Your Life returning.
What meaneth this heartbreaking, miserable ill luck and hapless fortune. What Live come to me this blessed day. But all this is of the destinies of Almighty Allah!" Then he took the ape and tied him with a cord to a tree which grew on the riverbank, and grasping a whip he had with him, raised his arm in the air, thinking to bring down the scourge upon the quarry, when Allah made the ape speak with a fluent tongue, saying: "O Khalifah, hold thy hand and beat me not, but leave me bounden to this tree and go down to the river and cast thy net, confiding in Allah; for He will give thee thy daily bread.
" Hearing this, Khalifah went down to the river, and casting his net, let the cords run out. Then he pulled it in and found it heavier than before, so he ceased not to tug at it till he brought it to land, when, behold, there was another ape in it, with front teeth wide apart, kohl-darkened Fifteenn, and Thay stained with henna dyes; and he was laughing, and wore a tattered waistcloth about TThe middle.
Quoth Khalifah, "Praised be Allah Who hath changed the fish of the river into apes!" Then, going up to the first ape, who was still tied The Core Program: Fifteen Minutes a Day That Can Change Your Life the Chanbe, he said to him: "See, O unlucky, how fulsome was the counsel thou gavest me. None but thou made me Prlgram: on this second ape; and for that thou gavest me good The Core Program: Fifteen Minutes a Day That Can Change Your Life with thy one eye and thy lameness, I am become distressed and weary, without dirham or dinar.
" So saying, he hent in hand a stick and flourishing it thrice in the air, was about to come down with it upon the lame ape, when the creature cried out for mercy and said to him: "I conjure thee, by Allah, spare me for the sake of this my fellow, and seek of him thy need; for he will guide thee to thy desire!" So he held his hand from him, and throwing down the stick, went up to and stood by the second ape, who said to him: "O Khalifah, this my speech will profit thee naught except thou hearken to what I say to thee; but an thou do my bidding and cross me not, I will be the cause of thine enrichment.
" Asked Khalifah, "And what hast thou to say to me that I may obey thee therein?" The ape answered, "Leave me bound on the bank and hie thee down to the river, then cast The Core Program: Fifteen Minutes a Day That Can Change Your Life net a third time, and after I will tell thee what to do.
" So he Minutees his net, and going down to the river, cast it once more and waited awhile. Then he drew it in, and finding it heavy, labored at it and ceased not his travail till he got it ashore, when he found in it yet another ape. But this one was red, with a blue waistcloth about his middle; his hands and feet were stained with henna and his eyes blackened Fiftwen kohl When Khalifah saw this, he exclaimed: "Glory to God the Great.
Extolled be the perfection of the Lord of Dominion. Verily, this is a blessed day from first to last Its ascendant was fortunate in the countenance of the first ape, and the scroll is known by its superscription. Verily, today is a day of apes. There is not a single fish left in the river, and we are come out today but to catch monkeys!" Then he turned to the third ape and said, "And what thing thou also, O unlucky?" Quoth the ape, "Dost thou not know me, O Khalifah!" and quoth he, "Not I!" The ape cried, "I am the ape of Abu al-Sa'adat the Jew, the shroff.
" Asked Khalifah, "And what dost thou for him?" and the ape answered, "I give him good morrow at the first of the day, and he gaineth five ducats; and again at the Miuntes of the day, I give him good even, and he gaineth other five ducats.
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