In This Dilemma Or Crisis, I Turned To This Tradition Or Principle

I was scared to death - but my mother's voice kept coming back to me from childhood, "Tell the truth and you won't get hurt."

I said, "But I can't go back to school now. I'll be 35 before I get my degree." She said, "You're going to be 35 anyway. You might as well be 35 and have a degree."

Someone asked the man who had fallen down the stairs, "Shall we call an ambulence? Are you hurt?" But my friedn said, "We don't ask him if he is hurt, we ask a doctor."

I didn't know whether I should stay or leave, but my friend said "You ought to keep your promise."

Once I did it, I never knew whether it was right or wrong. My aunt said, "Well, the world isn't going to send you a telegram about what to do. You can trust what you want to do, as long as it doesn't hurt anyone else."

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