The old adage that “time is money” is dead wrong. Sure, they have things in common. For example, they can be spent both wisely and foolishly. They can be used selfishly or to serve others. And, in both cases, some of us have more than other people.
However, the differences far outweigh the similarities. Money can be saved up to be spent at a later date. Time, on the other hand, is spent with or without our consent and no matter how hard we try to keep it from happening, ultimately expires for each and every one of us.
Time is far more precious than money. It’ a non-renewable resource. How are you spending yours? I purposely made this post short so I didn’t waste any of it.
If I were you, I’d spend the time I spared you wisely . . .