posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 10:08 AM
reply to post by Ben81
When my husband was in the Navy and stationed in Japan, he had a old man in rags running after him yelling in Japanese for about 1/2 a block. He
turned around and the man handed him his wallet that had fallen out of his pocket.
My mother once found a ten dollar bill back before she died in 1962 on the ground in front of the Catholic Nursery School I went to each morning.
She handed the ten over to one of the nuns saying, "if somebody asks about missing a ten here it is."
Honor.................not many people are honorable anymore.
I recently bought something on line and complained I did not get the book.
The people said they would refund my money, which they did.
A few days later the book arrived, late.
I called the people and said that the book came and they now needed to rebill me because I did get the book.
They were really shocked. The rep said, "We don't get many honest people." I replied, "I am a strong believer in karma, I've seen what goes
around comes around."
As times get harder, more and more people will resort to giving up being a honorable person - I hope I never give up my principles of being honest and