The Hard Lessons of the Boston Marathon Massacre

Many years ago my husband, then a trusts-and-estates attorney, opened a bank safe deposit box belonging to a client who had recently passed away.  Astonished, he found himself looking down at a weight of gold.  Why had such a wealthy woman squirreled away bullion?  Answer:  as a child in Belgium during the Second World War, the lesson she took away from those years is that a person can never stash away too much.


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