Long ago, there was a merchant that lost a camel. He looked in a lot of places but still couldn't find it, he was very worried. Then, he saw an old man walking in front of him, so he ran up and asked: "Old man, have you seen a camel?"
Old man said: "Does the left foot of the camel you're talking about a little scraped?"
"Is it carrying honey on the left and rice on the right?"
"Is it missing a tooth?"
"All correct! Did you see where it went?"
Old man said: "I don't know that."
The merchant said: "Stop playing with me, it must be you that hid my camel. Or else how do you know these things?"
The Old man said without haste: "Why get mad, just listen. Before I saw camel footprints, deep on the right, and shallow on the left, so I know that the camel has a scraped left foot. I also saw some honey on the left and rice on the right, so I thought the camel must have been carrying these things. I also saw some leaves that had been chewed on by a camel, on it was tooth prints, so I thought that it was missing a tooth. But where the camel went, you should follow its footprints."
The merchant listened and followed the old man's directions, and he eventually found his camel.