Confession | Disobedience | Humor | Wisdom

During World War II, a General and his subordinate Lieutenant in the states were travelling from their base to a base in another state. They were forced to travel with civilians aboard a passenger train. They found their booth, where two other folks were already seated — an attractive young lady and her grandmother. For most of the trip, they conversed freely. The train entered a long and rather dark tunnel. Once inside the tunnel, the passengers in this particular car heard two distinct sounds — the first was the smooch of a kiss; the second was the loud sound of a slap. Now, here are these four people in this booth aboard the passenger train. They possess four differing perspectives. The young lady is thinking to herself how glad she is that the young Lieutenant got up the courage to kiss here, but she is somewhat disappointed at her grandmother for slapping him for doing it; the General is…

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