There was a wise rich man who had two sons. He wanted to make sure his two sons would not fight over his fortune........

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There was a wise rich man who had two sons.
He wanted to make sure his two sons would not fight over his fortune when he was gone.
What did he write in his will to ensure his two sons would split up his fortune fairly?

posted Dec 9, 2022
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