There is the story about a man who was moving overseas. His life’s savings were tucked away in a big money belt he wore around his waist. On the first night of his journey the ship hit an iceberg and started to go down. The vessel was sinking so fast that many people had to jump in the water and swim to the lifeboats already launched. The man jumped in and, because he could not bear the thought of leaving that heavy money belt behind, he went to the bottom. The story ends with the haunting question: “Would you say that this man had his money or that his money had him?” (If you are tempted to tell me later…

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