Honesty is the best policy by Anagha Jagannath

There  was  a  girl  called, Nikita. Her  friend’s name was  Akhil. He always cheated or lied. Still Nikita was    his  friend. On  the  Independence  Day  celebration , he cheated Nikita. She  had  bought  a  beautiful  ribbon  to  tie  her  hair. It  had  all  the  Indian Flag  colours   on  it. When  she  had  left  it  on  her  desk,  he  took  it. When  she  came  back  it  was  gone  to  her  surprise! Then  she  mumbled to herself,’’Oh  Nikita  what  have  you  done?’’.  As  soon  as  she  said  this , she  saw  him , she  started  running  after  him. He  saw  her  running  after  him. He  dropped  the  ribbon  and  ran  as  if  he  hadn’t  even  touched it. When  she  asked  him  what  were   you  doing  he  replied,’’NOTHING’’!  This  shocked  her  in  disgust.  Then  she  thought  of  an  idea  the  next  day. She  would  scare  him  to  make  him  tell  the  truth. So  off  she  went  to  get  a  white  cloth. Ghosts  really scared  Akhil . He  heard  a  ghostly  sound. He  turned  around  and  there  stood  a  ghost.  Nikita  made  another  ghostly  sound.  Like  that  she  asked  him,”Do  you  tell  lies”?   He  said  no.  “Then  what  were   you   doing  with  my  ribbon?”she  asked.  Nikita  removed  the  cloth.  Akhil   said,  ”Oh, it’s  you  Nikita”!  He  realized  that  Nikita  wanted  him  to  tell  the  truth.  Then  he  said, “ Well,  to  tell  the  truth,  I stole  your  ribbon.”  From  then  they  have  become  best  friends  forever!

Moral:  Honesty  is  the  best  policy!

-Anagha  Jagannath


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