“If time is money, how much is a lifetime?”
– Ljupka Cvetanova
Units of measurement count for a lot in this life, but not always accurately. An hour of your time can be, depending on the going rate, worth $75. Two, $150. That’s the length of your kid’s soccer game, maybe; longer than a hospital visit where it’s another person’s time you’re buying. Just like money, time can be so easily spent on insignificant items, and yet seemingly simple, blink and you’ll miss ‘em moments, are the ones that are most valuable. When you run down the tab of your life, what will you be the most heavily invested in? The going rate, or the priceless moments that didn’t cost anything at all?