He got through under the crack of the door, down the steps, jumping the cracks in the path, through the garden and finally reached the safest beanstalk. But the giant ogre was following and as Jack started to slide down, the giant ogre was climbing down, the vine hot on his heels, all the time crying, "My harp, my harp! Give me back my harp!"
As Jack broke through the clouds, he saw the farm house far below and cried out. "Mother, an axe, bring me an axe." But it was too late. The giant grabbed Jack by the collar of his shirt and started shaking him.
"Jack, jack, are you all right, Jack? " the voice said. And as Jack opened his eyes, he saw his mother's kind face. She was crying. "Jack, you just spoke to me. You must have been dreaming something about an axe. It's the very first word that passed your lips since your dear father died. Oh, Jack, please say a few more words for me."
Jack looked up his dear mother and said, "I have learned my final lesson, mother, and that is crime does not pay."
And Jack closed his eyes and went back to sleep.
Ｔ：そう。ジャックが最後に学んだという教訓、Crime does not pay.の意味は分かりますか。