Paul thought he was successful. You see Paul was deeply in debt so to get out of debt he robbed a bank. Paul was never caught for his crime. He paid off all of his debts. He thought he was successful, but he is still not out of debt. He owes the bank a huge sum of money. Ah but there is more. After paying off his debt he still had money left over, enough to invest to pursue the good life. Over the years Paul was never caught. Do we forgive Paul or does he still have to pay his dues for robbing the bank? Did Paul build his fortune with money that wasn't rightfully his? What choices does Paul have now? Was he successful? How does this apply in the workplace?