It’s an old story. There was a man who sold a pound of butter to the baker. After a while the baker decided to weigh the butter to check if he was getting a pound and he discover that he was not.
Its made him angry and he took the farmer to court of law. The judge asked the farmer if he was using any measure. The farmer replies. I am a simple man and I don’t have an appropriate measure, but I do have a scale.
The judge questioned, “Then how do you weigh up a butter?"
The farmer responded, it’s been long when the baker started purchasing butter from me, I have been purchasing a pound loaf of bread from him. Every time when the baker conveys bread, I place it on the scale and provide him the same weight in butter. If anyone is to be responsible, it is the baker.
This story show that, what goes around comes around. What we give out, we get back. Life is so simple, everyone get back in life what he or she gives to other. So think about doing something. Am I doing right or wrong? Being honest never hurt anyone and being a liar hurts only you.