Long ago, in a beautiful house there lived a couple very greedy.
One day one of their neighbors came to give them rice cakes. The man and woman ate them with great joy, until it is stayed as one.
To see who would eat the last rice cake, man and woman threw a challenge: He who keeps silent as long as possible, eat the last rice cake.
From that moment the man and woman sat opposite one another and did not leave over the eyes.
After some time, a thief entered the house empty because he thought he heard nothing and began to take valuables. While flying and thinking there was nobody, the robber walked around the house and ends up in the room where the couple was.
Taking the jewels in their eyes, the thief thought the couple was silent as they did not protest.
After filling his bag with jewels and valuables, the thief decided to kidnap the woman. He threw over his shoulder. The woman struggled, but without saying anything when they went out of the house, the woman ends up screaming at her husband: "You'll stay there, you'll let me off without protest!"
The man told his wife: "It was you who spoke first, and so I'm eating the last cake of rice."
PHI 4:8 Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever
is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable--if
anything is excellent or praiseworthy--think about such things.