One of life’s unspoken rules, along with “treat others the way you want to be treated” and “let’s all pretend coconut water doesn’t taste like sweat,” is that the one time you deviate from doing the right thing when no one’s watching is, without fail, the time someone is paying attention.
(To be clear, I’m not advocating killing babies, although I understand why you might be confused.)
Hypothetical example: every morning, you pay for a day pass to commute via rail even though you’ve never once seen officials on the train enforcing ticket purchases. Then, one day, when you change up your routine and try to buy a one-way pass in the afternoon, both ticket machines jam. Your 4:30 train arrives, but you still can’t get a ticket. You want to get on anyway because it’s an honor system and no one ever checks, but you know that if you…
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