The moral of the story the summer of the beautiful white horse

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The moral of story is the poverty does not limits one's moral values. Despite the challenges one encounters, the person shouldn't take the wrong path. Although Aram's family was poor, but they had pride and honour. Mourad who was considered "crazy by his family" show great traits of an honest person. Though he stole the horse but his affection towards it was genuine. Because of their genuineness, John Byro didn't accuse them for stealing, as the horse was well taken care of. The most important thing to understand from the chapter is that of all the economical challenges, one shouldn't steal something that doesn't belong to him/her. That can easily land him/her in a big trouble.

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