Success has many parents but failure is always an orphan. Similarly, insolvency has no descendants, but wealth finds many inheritors.
This reminds me of a story:
The richest man in Aksehir, owner of several houses, shops, vineyards, and fields, died. At the funeral, among the numerous family members present, arrived in haste from the four corners of Anatolia, you could see Nasreddin, eyes in tears, moaning and exalting the good deeds of the deceased, with all the signs of deep regret and pain.
Noticing this, a relative of the departed came to appease him and ask him:
“Why do you suffer? You never met him and you aren’t even a distant relative of the deceased.”
“This is precisely what I regret so much.”