Moneybags

There wasn't a lot of money in my wallet the day it was stolen. Losing my driver's license, identification, and credit cards was inconvenient, though. And it took a week or so to straighten out all the details from the theft. But what really shocked me was this: two other members of my immediate family got robbed the same weekend. Not to mention the fact that another family member's car had been stolen out of her driveway a couple of months earlier!

Insurance covered most of these losses. But, even so, I just couldn't blandly say, "Well, everything's OK. We recouped our money and replaced everything that was lost." No, there was a larger issue at stake—one that demanded serious problem solving.

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