We live in a stock market where our only share is Time.
Every second, every minute, every hour, every day is unrepeatable and unrecoverable. Memories are our only way to take what we have lost, and that will never return.
Time may be free, but it is our most precious commodity.
On this vital stock curve, uptrends and downtrends will repeat themselves all the way. Unlike in the markets, Time is consumed and can never be manufactured again.
Time is a single currency. In this bank, nobody is rich. We will all reach existential bankruptcy despite our resources.
In Chinese culture it is said that an ounce of Time is an ounce of gold, but you can never buy an ounce of Time with an ounce of gold.
This currency may be consumed, but our decisions will regulate our value curve’s upward or downward trend.
The variables are multiple and will affect the own and foreign elements. However, the only relevant values are how and with whom we consume our only source of wealth.
George Harrison expressed it perfectly: “Time is a very misleading thing. All there is ever is the now.
We can gain experience from the past, but we can’t relive it, and we can hope for the future, but we don’t know if there is one.”
How and with whom they act as intertwined and inseparable elements. Learning about them will influence us in making decisions that drive the trend of this vital curve.
The important thing is to reach the only and absolute conclusion about Time: “it is the only way to understand the essentials of our life”.
Views expressed above are the author’s own.
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