In the oriental culture, there is an idiom called "yi nuo qian jin"
"A Promise Is Worth One Thousand in Gold;
A Promise That Must Be Kept."
In the sky and Astronomy, Phecda means the fifth star in the constellation, Gamma Ursae Majoris. In English (derived from ancient Greek) it is called Phecda, and it is part of the "Great Bear" constellation (Ursae Majoris). In the Chinese culture, the constellation Gamma Ursae Majoris symbolizes eternity, divinity, and profound wisdom. The star of Phecda is believed by the Chinese to be
"the holy star of wealth and fortune, responsible for prosperity, affluence, and capital both in Heaven and in the human world."