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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

A Very Interesting Lesson

You should learn from this ....


A father left 17 Camels as an Asset for his Three Sons.

When the Father passed away, his sons opened up the will.

The Will of the Father stated that the Eldest son should get Half of 17 Camels,

The Middle Son should be given 1/3rd of 17 Camels,

Youngest Son should be given 1/9th of the 17. Camels,

As it is not possible to divide 17 into half or 17 by 3 or 17 by 9, the sons started to fight with each other.

So, they decided to go to a wise man.

The wise man listened patiently about the Will. The wise man, after giving this thought, brought one camel of his own & added the same to 17. That increased the total to 18 camels.

Now, he started reading the deceased father’s will.

Half of 18 = 9.
So he gave 9 camels
to the eldest son.

1/3rd of 18 = 6.
So he gave 6 camels
to the middle son.

1/9th of 18 = 2.
So he gave 2 camels
to the youngest son.

Now add this up:
9 + 6 + 2 = 17 &
This leaves 1 camel,
which the wise man took back.

MORAL: The attitude of negotiation & problem solving is to find the 18th camel i.e. the common ground. Once a person is able to find the common ground, the issue is resolved. It is difficult at times.

However, to reach a solution, the first step is to believe that there is a solution. If we think that there is no solution, we won’t be able to reach any!


A very interesting lesson indeed....



35 comments:

  1. Lesson learnt... Simple arithmetic

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  2. Yeah.. I understand..
    The wise man used "Assumption Theory"
    Its called the "euphemistic analogue of contextual efficacy"

    Beloved that was thought in "MTS 601"

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    1. Lwkm

      OLA!!!!!

      Why complicate it further?

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    2. πŸ‘ŠπŸ»πŸ‘ŠπŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» Ola Wealth receive the hand πŸ™ŒπŸ» Cc@Shakiti Baby

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    3. Owo meji fun eyan kan ✋✋

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    4. @Ola *Taught*
      Moral of the lesson, *I need a 17/18 camels to solve life's problems* πŸ˜πŸ˜†πŸ˜„πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‹πŸ˜πŸ˜†πŸ˜„πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‹, who will buy camels for me?


      ... Jesus is my worth!

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    5. Efiimile ooooo..
      Ooooo.. I gbagauned... Lolz
      Thanks for d correction..
      All these homonymic words that tries to kubatoes my knowledge..πŸ˜‚

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    6. Ola come and be going.lol

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  3. Nise moral. πŸ‘

    Bet doze sons lark loff for one anoda..
    End thyme gridi shilren.. Eye wonda why dey didint fihgt an kee demsefs so a strenja cool inairrit dia fadas propatti.

    Chai!!!

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    1. Please go to school! The way you write is confusing at times.

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    2. Boo, how's you? Boo thieves BACK OFF!!!


      ... Jesus is my worth!

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    3. Villager,please stop. This nonsense you do on this blog was never funny and now it is quite infuriating.
      Just stop please.

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  4. Very nice πŸ‘πŸ»

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  5. woow nice one them for don kill dem sef finish over camels.



    *hangs leg on the wall*

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  6. NiceπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

    But as a non mathematician, I no kuku understand d maths

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  7. Common sense @ wise one. We learn daily

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  8. Tuale !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Ola waelth...bata e a dun ko ko ka

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    1. Don't misspel my name ooπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  9. Yeah, there's solution to every issue if we're patient enough to see it

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  10. Very interesting and educating.

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  11. I understand the moral of the story. The man raised unwise sons, half of 17 is 8.5 approximate that and you get 9 simple.wisdom is key!

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  12. The moral of the story....Stella stop this kain yeye gist. Must they share camels? Why the man no leave better property to share? Abegi jare.

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  13. All i learned here is dat their father is a broke ass. Why leave only camel for his son's after all d years he spent on earth. Why didn't he leave houses, landed properties & bars of gold or diamonds. Mcheww. ... and d mumu sons' too fighting for the camels will even be poorer than their popsi. They may end up leaving camel bones for their own son's. Nonsense & ingredients 😝

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