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Time is not on our side and It’s better that way!

Time is the most valuable thing in the world. Why? When a second passes by you never get that second back again and by the time if/when you think about it 30 more have passed. Each second should be so meaningful and great because we all have a limited amount of them left. Time is the only asset that everyone in the world from the richest person to the poorest cannot control.. You can’t buy more time. You can’t trade time for more money.. Sure you can exercise and eat right to live a healthier life but there’s no guarantee. When it’s your time to go – adios my friend. I personally think this is one of the best gifts ever. Time. Once you know and truly understand how valuable time is I feel like you can have a better understanding of what life is really worth.. I’m still figuring this out myself on my journey to the good life!

I really spend a lot of time thinking about this and it seems like i  practice ways to spend my time the way I really want to live it for a couple weeks and then I get back into the crazy fast lane of life and end up working 50 + hour weeks, barely sleeping and working my self into a weird mental and physical depression until I can snap out of it again and remember whats truly important. When I realize this I usually try to go for a walk or run without music or anyone else and just look around at the trees, grass, lake, people, and sky and think that I live in a amazing world with so many amazingly beautiful things that I am so thankful for. From there I try to write down what I want my life to be like and work towards that.

Money is a tough thing for me.. because I like it and it helps make life easier and when I work a lot I get more of it obviously. But there needs to be that happy median of enough money to still live a decent life and still have the time to enjoy the little things every single day. Because nobody on earth can tell you when you’re going to take your last breath. I believe we would all benefit in many aspects of our life by living every second and every breath like today’s going to be our last day.

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