First one involved a situation where one of the leaders had to choose between wining and saving some one's life. Winning meant being selected as Yuvraj, the next heir apparent to a large kingdom (among the largest in the country). While saving some people's life (In today's context taking care of one's team )was the duty of any King, so was wining a fight against the kingdom's enemies key as otherwise there would no kingdom to rule.
Second incident involved an equally difficult situation. One of the leader (A) and who was selected as Yuvraj had given commitment to his lover (D) that he would take care of her under any circumstance. With this commitment, A took "D" to his kingdom. A's aunt who happened to be Rajmata till the children came of age had given commitment to her son (B) that "D" will be married to B as she was unaware about "A"'s commitment. "A" refused to go back on his commitment. Rajmata then gave A a choice of either sticking to his commitment or giving up being ruler of the kingdom and which was supported by all the subjects of that kingdom.
Third incident involved one of various sub-ordinates of the ruling king. He (C) and his fore fathers had given a commitment that they would always serve their rulers and obey their orders. "C" was placed in a situation where he had to either obey his king or kill "A" whom he loved and treated as his son. C unwillingly kills A.
in the above situation what would you do? there is no right answer. these are lessons in understanding and exploring values. Never easy