A Tale of Honesty

PENTAX DIGITAL CAMERAI passed by a flower shop today. As you can see, the shop was closed. I thought it odd that they’d left the flowers outside when the shop was closed. But if you look closely, there’s a small wooden box on the pavement. It has slots in it for inserting money. The box is neither nailed down nor locked. And all my astonished self could think was this:

Damn! Japanese people are honest.

And that is a very, very good thing indeed.


6 thoughts on “A Tale of Honesty”

  1. On the way to Slippery Rock, there also is an unattended fruit, vegetable and flower stand with a box for money and every time we pass it I’m always so happy to know that people are still honest!

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