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Method of Returning a Usurped Property

Q: I was working for a shopkeeper at his shop near our school for a very low wages. Sometime, when I felt hungry, I was taking some of the money present at hand just enough to buy some bread. Now, I want to return this money but I feel ashamed.

Is there anyway — other than going to the shop — to return the money?

A: You must return the money to its owner in any possible way. You can give it back to him without telling him about the reason.

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