INSPIRATION – Joel Kellett

The saying “Time is money” has become a common phrase, emphasizing the importance of time as a valuable resource. However, this comparison falls short in capturing the true essence of time. 
Unlike money, which can be earned, saved, invested, and budgeted, time is a finite resource that moves in only one direction. Despite our intuitive understanding of this, we often prioritize money over time. In reality, valuing time over money can lead to greater life satisfaction and a more fulfilling existence.

Money is transient. It flows in and out of our lives, and while our earning potential may be theoretically unlimited, money can be replenished. On the other hand, time is a non-renewable resource. Each passing moment brings us closer to the end of our journey, and once time is lost, it can never be regained.
Recognizing the irreplaceable nature of time can shift our perspective and encourage us to make the most of every precious moment.