A situation was brought up during last week’s experiment on choices of kindess; I’m changing it a bit to give it more drama and heavier moral implications (which makes choice harder)
It’s the kind of problem that makes us scratch our heads and really ponder before taking action:
It’s the kind of problem a writer likes to throw in a story to incite readers with the same choice I’m giving you: What would you do?
You spot a friend’s husband having dinner at a restaurant with another woman. You know your friend is out of town.
- mention it to the friend when she gets back?
- mind your own business?
- there’s a third option here, but I think I’d rather hear what you have to suggest. Let’s leave shotguns and tigertraps out of it.