I remember being a little kid and hearing parents constant lecturing about how stealing is wrong. I have carried that with me my entire life, like many others out there, which is why when packages in my building get stolen, I rack my brain for the type of person who was never told, "don't take what isn't yours." I get it, people are greedy and/or have their own problems to deal with, but what if someone stole meds someone needed to live and they died? Is that manslaughter? If we're being realistic, there are probably tons of people out there who have unknowingly killed someone because of their greed. Scary thought, huh? I guess all we can do is raise our kids right so that, upon growing up, they take a contemplative second in their buildings package room to think, "this is not MINE."