In the Western, capitalist world there's an emphasis on how important money is - money to buy stuff with or money to buy freedom to relax with.
The irony is that when we focus on getting money for stuff, we're needing more money to buy stuff and so the vicious cycle of chasing unneeded goods continue.
Or, when we want to buy the freedom, we don't need to chase money, we need to chase time.
Time is our most valuable asset as you cannot buy more of it and you never know when it'll run out and yet we so readily waste it. On working too much, on stressing about time shopping, on social media, on complaining to others how we lack time.
Your life, your choice!
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