why did the narrator beleve that stealing a horse for a ride was not the same things as stealing the money?or what were the narrator's views about stealing?

When Aram saw that his cousin Mourad had stolen a horse, he was astonished. It was against the practice of their tribe. However, he reconciled and was not angry with Mourad. Rather, he tried to provide a good reason for Mourad’s act. Aram did not believe that the act of stealing a horse was as serious as the stealing of money. Aram considered the stealing of money as more offensive act. Moreover, he tried to justify themselves by saying that they were only enjoying the ride and not selling the horse for money. Actually the two innocent boys tried fulfilling their long treasured dream by any means.

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