Moishe the Carpenter, returning home with his week’s wages, was accosted by an armed robber on a deserted street.
“Take my money,” said Moishe, “but do me a favor: shoot a bullet through my hat otherwise my wife won’t believe I was robbed.”
The robber obliged. He threw Moishe’s hat into the air and put a bullet through it.
“Let’s make it look as if I ran into a gang of robbers,” said Moishe, “otherwise my wife will call me a coward! Please shoot a number of holes through my coat.”
So the robber shot a number of holes through the carpenter’s coat.
“Sorry,” interrupted the robber.
“No more holes. I’m out of bullets.”
“That’s all I wanted to know!” Said Moishe, “Now hand me back my money and some more for the hat andd the coat that you’ve ruined or I’ll beat you black and blue!”
The robber threw down the money and ran.
Moral-One of the Story:
It’s never too late to use our brains to get out of a difficult situation. AND –
Moral-Two of the Story:
Robbers are not always wise.
AND ABOVE ALL-
Moral-Three of the Story:
Don’t be so KIND after doing a robbery.
Don’t be so CRUEL after being robbed.
*Story with moral-one sent by B.K. Sushant.
Read and found two more morals after closing this issue.