Trick or treating

Trick or treating

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  • It’s Halloween and two brothers, Joshua and Jordan, are out trick or treating.
  • After about an hour of collecting candy, the kids decide it is time to return home to count their candy.
  • Back at home, Joshua notices that his candy is slowly depleting. Then, he catches Jordan stealing a piece!
  • Upon confrontation, Jordan lies about having stolen any candy. This further upsets Joshua.
  • Joshua and Jordan’s parents have over heard the arguing and decide to intervene. They ask Jordan if he stole the candy from his brother, but again, he says he hasn’t. However, the candy spilling from Jordan’s pockets suggests otherwise.
  • Joshua and Jordan’s parents approach the situation with a morality teaching. First off, they explain that stealing from someone is a serious offence that comes with religious and legal punishments. Then, they tell the kids that lying is another serious offence that harms relationships and goes against what they believe in. Lying to one’s parents does not show honour. We are told to honour our parents in the ten commandments.
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