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Time is not money

Time is not money

Even if these two share some connections, time isn't money. Time is energy, money is a thing. And they each have power over our lives.

Money is infinite but time is not. You can always get a part-time job or start a side gig, but you’ll never be able to get back this moment or this day. Equating the two I think diminishes the value of time in a way.

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"Many people are in the dark when it comes to money, and I'm going to turn on the lights. " ~ Suze Orman

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