A guilty mind is always suspicious
Kaku, a thief once stole a goat from a house that was near to his own house. Some days later, Kadku was standing in the lawn of his house when he saw the owner of the goat coming towards his house. He thought I hope the owner does not suspect me regarding the theft of his goat.’ When the owner approached near, Kaku said, “Brother, I have not stolen your goat. So do not doubt me.” The owner said, “But I didn’t say a single word. Why are you looking so? “I don’t even keep an eye on other people’s things,” said Kaku again. The owner now understood that Kadku had stolen his goat. He beat Kadku and took his goat back.
Moral: A guilty mind is always suspicious.