A Note to My Children About Money and Time

Scratch, jack, bones,
skins, buckage, bank.

The nicknames change over time.

Did you know your distant ancestors worked no more than four hours a day to earn their living?

They did not need a twenty four hour fire hose of tin toy distractions, though.

Living was distraction enough.

If you find yourself addicted to electronic distractions in the interstitial time between work and sleep, try saving a third of your income. Your income is the congealed life energy you traded your time for. This practice will help wake you up.

And don’t forget to write.

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One response to “A Note to My Children About Money and Time

  1. Write? Wow, you’re a lucky Dad. So many would say: don’t forget to text…

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