Fadhil works as an accountant for the businessman Bashir, often repeating the phrase “It’s probably for the better”, commenting on everything that happens in his life and the lives of those around him, which sometimes annoys them. One day Bashir loses his most precious ring, and in the height of his tragedy Fadhil shocks him with the words "It’s probably for the better", Bashir heats up with anger and decides to lock him up. But was Bashir wise in this decision? And who is the real thief of the ring? What is the story behind Fadhil's repetition of "It’s probably for the better”?