Finally, the fifteenth law of prosperity states that fate makes a beggar a king and a king a beggar. It makes a rich man poor and a poor man rich. At the same time, those who are not shy in the acquisition of wealth, food items and knowledge, give their fortune a sign that they are ready to take full responsibility for these issues. Sages explain that poverty is set off by fortitude, like worn clothes by keeping them clean and bad food by warming up. Therefore, one need not be too shy in these matters. One should be active, practical and sensible. Wealth, like a woman, won’t choose the one who is lazy and humble. A young woman needs an active, practical and caring husband. Therefore, getting ready for prosperity is much like preparing a wedding. If there is no such mood, the wedding is most likely to be cancelled.
In addition, I’d like to specify two things. Firstly, one should remember that those who are in want of wealth are not actually needy, if they have enough intelligence to learn wisdom all the time. On the other hand, a wealthy, but ignorant person is the one who is really distressed.
Secondly, the science of prosperity does not welcome excessive honesty. As sages say, if we look at the trees in the forest, we can see that straight trees get cut down, while writhen trees are left standing. Hence, a wise man should not reveal the loss of prosperity, vexation of one’s mind, inappropriate behavior of one’s spouse, offensive words spoken by others and infamy that has befallen him/her.