18 year old daughter sells of jewels , distributes the proceed to the poor....

@krupesh (2608)
India
September 1, 2009 10:02pm CST
Charity beginning at home....hahaha....well a teenage daughter of a business man recently stole jewellery worth alomst $1,06,000(Rs 53 lakh)from her hoe.She sold it for half of the price & distributed to the poor.Her father filed a complaint with the police about the theft & after coming to know that it was other than his daughter withdrew the complaint. What do you have to say about this?
1 person likes this
3 responses
@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
2 Sep 09
She is a daughter of a businessman,and stole a 53 lakh worth of jewelry. My opinion is,the daughter knows they are rich enough to share their blessing to the poor ones.And she knows her father could have offered a charity to the less fortunates but she can't wait for her father to do some charity so,she has her own way of helping those people. It maybe not a good thing to steal the jewelries,but i guess the daughter knows that they those jewelries were just lying on her parents jewelry box,just hiding on the box worthless.So,she think of making those jewelries worthy. I wish this could give lesson to all rich people. I don't agree with the daughter's stealing,but i salute her for her kind heart. She maybe done wrong by stealing,but the reason is worth more than anyone can ever explain.
@krupesh (2608)
• India
2 Sep 09
...whatever it may be...helping the poor , giving it to charities etc.etc..its not good to steal.It doesn't give good impression about her.She might be mentally retarded may be.
@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
2 Sep 09
yah,i said that...i don't agree with her stealing...but the reason is worth it. You know the famous "ROBINHOOD"...the superhero of the poor people. Then,maybe you could understand what i mean my friend...
@krupesh (2608)
• India
2 Sep 09
Yes I agree my friend , but the famous ROBINHOOD was stealing from other rich men & not from his own house.It sets a bad precedence in your family if you do so.
@Hatley (164469)
• Garden Grove, California
2 Sep 09
krupesh hi hatley here I say that stealing is stealing and she'was fortunate that her father didnt turn her into the police as he would have anyone else. she should have learned by age 18 right from wrong.'she should not be allowed to get away scott free.Stealing'from your own family to that large amount is still stealing and I would think that daddy ought to make some sort of punishment for what she did.If they are that wealthy then whatever funds he may have left her in anykind of will should have the amount she stole taken out of the funds.
@krupesh (2608)
• India
2 Sep 09
Yes she was lucky that her father let her go scot free. "stealing is stealing" IF you steal a dollor or $1000 it still says that you are a theif.But here she has stolen something which is precious & its against the morals & principles stealing that of your family. I dont know what she was up to doing this.
@raynejasper (2326)
• Philippines
2 Sep 09
..well, youngsters have their own ways of helping.. However, they have to taught the proper way.. In life, it is not the end that justifies the means.. The means and the ends should be correct.. What is happening in our world today is not already hidden to young people.. They can already use their eyes to understand the crisis we are in.. However, as I've said, they need to be taught how to help in the right way.. there's no Robinhood already.. we have to do it the right way this time..
@krupesh (2608)
• India
2 Sep 09
"they need to be taught how to help in the right way" Its absolutely true that they have to be taught the proper way.She has stolen a huge amount worth of jewels.God knows whatelse she has done.