A Fable about Consistency
There was a man who did take-in work. He maintained abnormal physiological rates for a healthy fee. A rare professional, he would be sick for anyone: even the doctors.
Then, at the very peak of his powers, his systems collapsed. Seems that, as his experience had grown, he had become more than good. He was remarkably better.
So after a short delay, he passed on as a pauper.
MORAL: Men settle down