T HE S ECOND L AW OF G OLD Gold laboureth diligently and contentedly f o r t h e w i s e o w n e r w h o f i n d s f o r i t p r o f i t - a b l e e m p l o y m e n t , m u l t i p l y i n g e v e n a s t h e flocks of the field. "Gold, indeed, is a willing worker. It is ever eager
to multiply when opportunity presents itself. To
every man who hath a store of gold set by, opportu -
nity comes for its most profitable use. As the years
pass, it multiplies itself in surprising fashion."
T HE T HIRD L AW OF G OLD Gold clingeth to the protection of the cau- tious owner who invests it under the advice of men wise in its handling.
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"Gold, indeed, clingeth to the cautious owner, even
as it flees the careless owner. The man who seeks the
advice of men wise in handling gold soon learneth not
to jeopardize his treasure, but to preserve in safety and
to enjoy in contentment its consistent increase."