Nice lesson. A few suggestions.
Dishonesty can never bring happiness. I can remember an incident
offrom my childhood. I and my closeA (or My) close friend and I were going to Pune, India to givetake myour MCA entrance exam. HerMy friend's father was with us as we couldn’t go alone to the new city. We both saw her father paying just for two tickets. When the conductor came he pretended as if he had lost one of his tickets. Both the conductor and her father kept fightingarguing in a loud voice for almost an hour and it created a stressful environment in the coach of the train where we were sitting. It was hard to focus on our notes whichthat we brought to revise (review?) in in the trainon the way to Pune. My friend was a brilliant student and it was surprising when I didn’t see her name in the results. She told me later that she wasn’t able to focus while writingtaking her exam as she was still thinking of her father’s act of stealing the ticket in the traindishonesty. Her father might have reserved a seat for her in Pune university if he had paid just one more ticket. Somehow, I believe that the money we save by dishonesty or stealing does not come to us at all. It seems to behard to be honest in this era but then it’s also hard to be withoutfree from disease whichthat sometimes results from comes along withdishonesty. It’s totally up to everyone to choose the path intelligently.
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