Ever more people today have the means to live, but no meaning to live for.
Viktor E. Frankl
Simple and direct. True and stinging. These words are painful to hear as they cut through the static of our self-absorbed lives, and prick our dormant consciousness.
Every day we check our mortgage rates, and brag about our property value. We always want a healthy return on our investment.
We want an easy life and the perfect wife.
(Don’t call me sexist, nothing rhymes with husband).
I think we need to live for someone and stand for something. We need to really understand the meaning of the word currency.
There are two currencies in our life: money and time.
Money gives us the means to live.
Time gives you an opportunity and a reason to live for.
You can always make more money. You cannot buy more time.