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The Law of Ninety-Nine

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A king said to his minister, What is the matter? My servants live happier lives than I do. I did not see them disturbed."
The minister said: King Salamat, try using law number ninety-nine on one of your servants.
The king asked: Well, what is this law number ninety-nine? 
The Minister said: King Salamat, put ninety-nine dirhams in a jar, write on the jar a hundred dirhams is a gift for you in it, put it in front of the door of a servant's house at night, knock on the door and hide here and there.
And watch the show. 
The king, in the same way, knocked on the door and began to watch the spectacle in secret. The servant came out from inside, picked up Sarahi, and went home. When the dirhams were counted, it turned out to be ninety-nine. 
Thought: Surely a dirham must have fallen out somewhere. The servant and his wife and children went out and started looking for dirhams. His whole night was spent in the same search. The servant's anger was in the sky, some nights were spent in patience and the rest of the night in bookings and hugs. Khadim also called his wife and children lazy because they had failed to find dirhams. 
The next day, when the employee went to work in the palace, he was in a bad mood, sleepy, annoyed with work, and depressed. The king understood what the law of ninety-nine does. Our example is similar
People forget the ninety-nine blessings that Allah Almighty has bestowed on them. And they spend their whole lives in pursuit of this one blessing which they would not have received. 
And this remaining blessing is also withheld due to some wisdom of Allah. People live by wandering for the same missing blessing and depriving themselves of the pleasures of the ninety-nine blessings that they have. Believe in the blessings of God Almighty on your ninety-nine blessings and benefit from them and become a grateful servant.

May Allah make us His grateful servants.

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