GOOD LUCK, BAD LUCK?
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an old man who
with his son in an old ruin on the top of a hill. One day, their horse
away and the young man
off to look for it. He
through the village but, there, no one had
the horse. Hearing they had
their horse the people
the hill to commiserate with the old man. "What bad luck!", they
, "You aren't rich and now you must make do without a horse." The old man
to their sympathetic words, and smiling, he said "Good luck, bad luck! Who
A few days later the lost horse
back and with it two wild horses. The son immediately
to break them in so he would be able to ride them. When the people down in the village
the news they came to see the old man to share in the joy of having
his lost horse. "What good luck!" they
. The old man listened to their kind words, and smiling, he said "Good luck, bad luck! Who knows?"
Now, the son was a keen horseman and he
to gallop at full speed on the new mounts. One day he was
just this when he was
from the horse and
his leg. His father
the leg in splints and
the injured lad. The villagers
not long in noticing his absence and they came to see the reason why. When they
the young man bed-ridden they
up their hands in dismay and said to the old man, "What bad luck, who will help you now with the heavy work?" Once again the old man listened to their kind words, and
, he said "Good luck, bad luck! Who knows?"
A short time later the emperor
his soldiers into all the towns and villages to press all the able-bodied men into service. He was going to war and he
new recruits. All the young men from the village were
but because of his stiff leg and limping walk the son of the old man was not
fit to serve in the army of the emperor. "Good luck, bad luck! Who knows?"
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