As far as the eleventh law of prosperity is concerned, it says that wealth does good only for those who behave decently in its absence. Scriptures say, “Just as sandalwood may be cut into pieces but doesn’t lose its natural fragrance, so the elephant does not give up sportiveness, as years go by. The sugarcane does not cease to be sweet though squeezed in a mill. Likewise, men of noble character don’t lose their lofty qualities, no matter how pinched they are by poverty.” Such people really deserve to be rich – their exemplary conduct shows that. Similarly, a husband proves that he deserves family happiness if he stays faithful to his wife in her absence.