From the January 1, 2003, Watchtower, page 17:
Juan kept his valuables at home. He stored them under his bed —in his opinion the safest place in the house. One night, however, while he and his wife were sleeping , a thief entered the bedroom. Evidently, the thief knew just where to look. He silently removed every valuable item from under the bed as well as money Juan had left in a drawer in the bedside table. The following morning, Juan discovered the theft. He will long remember the painful lesson that he learned: A sleeping man cannot guard his possessions .
Even as a JW, this paragraph bothered me. It seemed quite insensitive. What kind of lesson is that? What was Juan’s solution? Never sleep?