Once upon a time, there were two travelers who were best friends. They traveled together and did business together. Their travels brought them to the great city of Illinois.
Okay, I'm coming!!!!
Look Bob! I have found a purse. It probably has money in it. How lucky I am, I will become rich!
One day, as they were walking through the city, Adam found a purse.
This was not fair for travelers share both the fortunes and misfortunes of the road!
Do not say I have found a purse, say rather we have found the purse, how lucky are WE! We should share the money inside it since we are travelers.
No, I found the purse so I should keep the money! Isn't that fair?
In the middle of Adam's bickering, the local villagers came and realized that the purse was missing!
Adam pleaded for Bob to help him, but Bob refused for a good reason. Adam knew that if he wanted Bob'to share his problems, he would also have to share his fortunes, like the money. However, Adam didn't.
Oh No! We will have trouble if they see we have the purse.
No, my friend. You would not say 'we' before, so now stick to your 'I'. Say 'I' will have trouble. Goodbye now.
I feel sorry for my friend. However, he will learn his lesson. He knew that travelers should share both their fortunes or good stuff with their misfortunes or the bad. He was ready to share the bad, but not the good. That's unfair! I think I did the right thing. In the end, you should be ready to share good things with a person, not only your problems. I think I did the right thing by teaching him his lesson. Do you?