A tourist entered a hotel in a town and asked the owner to show him the best room in the hotel. The owner gave him the key to the best room and allowed him to see the room. The tourist put an advance of 1000 on the counter and went to see the room. At that time, the butcher of the town came to take the money for the meat from the hotel owner. The hotel owner picked up the same sum and gave it to the butcher, because he hoped that the tourist would definitely like the room.
The butcher took the hundred dollars and immediately gave the money to his animal supplier.
He was in debt to a doctor with an animal supply from whom he was treating, so he gave the hundred pounds to the doctor. Coincidentally, that actor was staying in a room in the same hotel, so he paid the owner of the same hotel.
He went straight to check the room with the waiter’s bill still lying on the counter. The prospective customer came back and told the hotel owner that I didn’t like the room. After saying this, he picked up the number of his hundred and left.
In this story of economics, nobody earned anything and nobody spent anything.
How many people of this town will be freed from debt in the town where the tourist used to visit.
The result of the study is that
Don’t miss money, don’t sit on it like a snake.
That is the welfare of the people.