Soon Celeste begins to conclude the evening with a story: In India, a high government official, Malik Bhago, once invited Guru Nanak while on his journey to attend his feast. But, Guru Nanak stayed instead at the home of a poor carpenter, Bhai Lalo, who earned his money by honest work. Guru Nanak shared in his coarse bread instead of Malik Bhagos feast earned through exploitation of others. Malik Bhago was persistent and asked a second time. So the Guru took Bhai Lalo with him to the officials home. With great anger Malik Bhago said to Guru Nanak: You are dishonouring the high caste by eating dry chapattis in the house of a low caste carpenter. My feast will offer you delicious food. Why do you refuse to eat it?
Celeste paused for effect, then continued: Guru Nanak took Bhai Lalos dry chapatti in his right hand and Malik Bhagos fried bread in his left hand. When he squeezed the right hand the people present there saw drops of milk dripping from it. When he pressed the left hand with the Malik Bhagos fried pancakes, everyone saw blood trickling from it. The Guru uttered: Look Malik Bhago, wealth gathered by cruelty towards the poor is like sucking their blood, which you have done. You had invited me to partake of blood, leaving food pure as milk. How could I accept it? So according to Guru Nanak its better to earn little money with honesty than to amass wealth by devious and crooked means.