The Devil and Tom Walker
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Tom Walker took what he considered a shortcut homewards through the swamp.
Money was offered to Tom by the Devil. This agreement had certain conditions. The black man pressed his finger on his forehead and left a print.
He had a wife as miserly as himself; they were so miserly that they even conspired to cheat on each other.
Tom became a rich and mighty man.
Shortcut through the swamp; Taking a shortcut in life may not be the best decision. Let life be.
He thought with regret on the bargain he had made with his black friend, and set his wits to work to cheat him (the Devil) out of his conditions.
Looks can be deceiving; Tom approached the Devil but he wasn't aware of what he was capable of.
The ones closest to us may hurt us the most; Tom Walker's wife was in misery and they both had cheated on each other.
"Tom, you're come for!"
Money will not fulfill your life; Tom Walker thought his life was complete after becoming very rich. Money cannot buy happiness.
Don't change your beliefs once it's late; Tom thought that by praying and carrying a bible the Devil couldn't take his soul anymore.
The Faust; Tom Walker sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for knowledge and power.
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