Our Code of Ethics
A woman is standing on the bank of a river, holding a child in her arms; she is afraid to cross the swollen river; she is in danger on this bank after dusk.
You see how she hesitates what to do.
You are a monk and you must not look at the woman, even less touch her.
Unless you carry her and the child across the river, they will be in danger.
Everyone else has crossed the river, you're the last one.
But if you help them, you'll break your oath, be expelled and probably die alone and humiliated.
What will you decide? Hurry, it's getting dark.
You've made up your mind; you know what's right; you've always known.