I’m on my way back from California or Mexico right now (probably), so for a few weeks, this is a collection of all my favourite questions I’ve thought of in the last year and bit since I started this blog. You have the answers to everything you want to know (about the world or about yourself) inside of you, all it takes is to ask yourself the right question. And sometimes, the simpler, or stupider, the question, the better it is and the deeper it gets to the answer you want. Go on, ask yourself these questions. See what happens.
I’m about to return to Australia after a few weeks away in Mexico and California (pretty sure I went there – I’m writing this before I leave), so I’m probably broke. Seems like a good time to ask:
What importance does money have to you? How important is it in the context of life? How important will the amount of money you have be in 100, 1000, 10,000 years, or at the end of everything. What value does money have in context of this:
If life is the most important thing, and we can ascertain the importance of everything else in terms of whether it can remove something from your life, money does money have any true importance? Think of the poorest (ie. not much money), and how rich they can be in life. Which one matters more? You can always live without money. But you can’t have money without life.