Aesop's Fables VIII
We've all read Aesop's Fables in one form or another. These interesting stories captivate our attention and always leave us with a moral. One of those morals is represented below. Can you find it?
Mr. John Doe went to buy an insurance policy one fine morning. He decided to meet a consultant and find out the various options he had available to him within his means. He knew his consultant would come up with a good and sensible list of options for him to consider, and he was looking forward to this meeting to finally get things rolling in the right direction.
Sure enough, his consultant hadn't failed him. He was ushered into the office and served up his favourite cup of coffee with 2 sugars. When he was comfortable, the consultant took him through all the options he had selected for Mr. Doe to consider.
Mr. Doe sipped his coffee thoughtfully while poring over the options available. The consultant gave him details and finally handed over a summary sheet outlining the features of each selected plan.
After a lot of consideration, Mr. Doe selected the policy named "The Life Insurance Scheme of Trustworthiness". The consultant congratulated Mr. Doe on his choice and promised to have all the paperwork ready for Mr. Doe at the earliest.
What made Mr. Doe select this particular policy?
AnswerMr. Doe selected this policy, because as we all know, "Honesty is the best policy", another teaching from one of Aesop's fables.
Trustworthiness is a synonym for honesty.
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