46 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 7/21/17

    • So true. Time has value in multiple ways. It provides us memories we can use when we are older, it provides opportunities right now, and for most we can expect more time in the future to do cool stuff.


  1. Easy, I value just about everything above money. So many people, especially my students think money will solve everything. So many unhappy rich people in the world, so many famous people commit suicide and funnily enough so many Lottery winners say they are bored. I remember when the Gallagher brothers (Oasis) made it big they told their mum they were going to buy her house in the richest part of Manchester. She asked them why she would want to leave her friends, her family and her roots? They bought her a nicer house at the end of the street 😀

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  2. Once upon a time, (3 years ago) I valued money. However, cancer changed all that. I lost everything. My credit, finances and my dignity and self respect too. In life, there’s a lesson for every experience. What I discovered is the time we have on earth is limited. It’s important to make the best of every moment we are blessed to experience. I was a successful marketing consultant. I was also a single mom. I earned a significant amount of money however my time was consumed with making money opposed to spending quality time with my children. Don’t get me wrong. I was a hands on mom who devoted my life to my children but I missed out on so much. I often wish I could have a do over. Money will come and go but time….well we will never get to relive any given moment ever again.

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  3. Time, for sure. There’s never enough time in a day to accomplish everything I’d like to. I cherish the time I spend with family and friends and appreciate my quiet time. 🙂


  4. I think that asked the way you did, most if not everybody will say time…. But if you asked people if they’d rather have one more hour or get 100$ everyday, the result wouldn’t be the same… IF people answered in all honesty that is. I might be wrong, but I have a feeling a lot of people would pick the daily 100$….

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  5. Time. But if this is an absolute question then that makes it difficult. To be completely without money means I would have a lot of time and nothing to do. To be completely without time means I would not need any money. A paradox.

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