There once was a good man that valued himself on the good things he did.
This good man walked down the street, smiling, laughing, and applauding all his good deeds.
One day, the man did an untrue deed. He lied and stole money.
He did not need the money.
He did it, because he could.
From that day onwards, he saw himself as a good man that did an untrue deed.
The person who he stole from, saw him as a faithless man.
As they walked past each other, they both knew the other had seen something true.
Neither could point the finger because they knew no good would come too.
Photography by Caleb Jack