True Values

I would like to tell a story:
"There was a man who had managed to collect a large amount of cash before the World War II. When things were getting normal, he went with the money to a bank in order to deposit all the money that he had collected, looking upon it as a golden nest egg for the future. The bank cashier took the money, examined it carefully and then deliberately took a pair of scissors and destroyed the notes saying angrily, these notes are false and I must report you. Seeing the poor man so frightened, his face pale, the cashier said, I can see that you didn't know whether the notes are false or genuine. Therefore I will not report the matter. You may go now."
Probably this man had sold much of his farm products, but he has been cruelly cheated

(Suggested by Sr. Divija, India)

September 2006