This is a summary of my example of the parable 'The Rich Man and Lazarus'.
There was a rich man, who was an owner of a company. He had friendly neighbours, but he didn't like them.
The neighbours asked the rich man if he could do them a favour, and they promised they would return what they have borrowed. The rich man refused to do the favour.
The neighbours tried to fix their problem, but what they did wasn't enough. So they were forced to leave. They started packing.
The neighbour's life now.
The rich man's company's buisness was going down, and he was loosing some employees, as well as the money to pay them.
The rich man asked the neighbours for a favour, which was to accept his offer. He believed it would help both of them in their troubling situations.
The neighbour's declined the job him down because they no longer required it. Now the man is living with his friend in an apartment, and his neighbours are living happily.
The Rich Man's life now.
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